milord milord


  • (n) a term of address for an English lord


  1. Unhappilyand here's the twistmilord's lust for battle counts as nothing compared to the lust inspired in him by a winsome peasant girl, Rosemary Forsyth.
  2. He took Mountstuart to a whorehouse, brought him home severely plagued by Venus, was dismissed in disgrace from milord's retinue.
  3. Having impregnated the wanton Lady Jean, milord bribed an impecunious army officer to marry the gal.


  • Penetrating the remotest areas of Haiti to eliminate maternal and newborn tetanus

    MILORD, Haiti, 7 March 2014 – Marlène Jean’s face is stoic, as the needle punctures her flesh. She is among dozens of women receiving their third vaccination. Haiti is carrying out a nationwide campaign against maternal and neonatal tetanus.  Marlène Jean’s village of Milord is in South-East department.
    on March 8, 2014     Source: Unicef


  1. Shaik replied "I wait for the day the ANC does become cash flush Milord, so they don't have to be in such a precarious position".
    on Feb 22, 2005 By: Schabir Shaik Source: Independent Online

  2. As Shakespeare wrote, "It needs no ghost, Milord, come from the grave, to tell us this."
    on Mar 24, 2008 By: William Shakespeare Source: Virginia Tech Collegiate Times Online Edition

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