- s of or befitting a lord
heir to a lordly fortune
- s having or showing arrogant superiority to and disdain of those one views as unworthy
his lordly manners were offensive
- But they were vagabonds, getting by on good looks, lordly manners and copious spending.
- Connected with the main building of the American Museum of Natural History, this memorial is a vast hall which presents to the street a lordly Roman entrance arch.
- The lordly violin and its less illustrious relatives in the string family are in trouble.
- Vin Scully in AtlantaBraves.com
The one thing you have to remember was the origin of the rivalry, which would be the Brooklyn Dodgers -- the hapless trolley Dodgers, the borough that elicited laughs whenever mentioned -- and the lordly pinstripers in the Bronx,said Scully,...
- Mark Leyner in Nashua Telegraph
I think it's important that there's actually a name for eye gunk - mucopolysaccharide,Leyner said. "Let's share that information. But without striking a tone of lordly authority."
- Edwin Markham in YourHub.com
Markham wrote, "When he fell, in whirlwind he went, as when a lordly cedar, green with boughs, goes with a great shout upon the hills and leaves a lonesome place against the sky".