Synonyms for Lord:
n.dispatch box, agent, the House, the Budget, Benches, backbench, the House of Commons, the Commons, filibuster, the House of Lords. alchemist, M, feudalism, liege, alchemy, feudal, mediaeval, medieval, manor. apostolic, disciple, apostle, Him, His, evangelist, he, the Holy Ghost. archduke, countess, baroness, baronet, aristocracy, aristocrat, consort, count, baronetcy. •deity (noun)
divinity, savior, dieu, idol, King of Kings, deity, goddess, providence, holy ghost, muse, godhead, christ, judge, heroine, jesus, Jesus Christ, demigod, jehovah, almighty, hero, omnipotence, Son of God, salvation, creator, King of the Jews, trinity, absolute, omniscience, infinite, maker, all-powerful, Lamb of God, redeemer, messiah, Son of Man, inspiration, Prince of Peace, Jesu.
conductor, mayor, overseer, magistrate, ringmaster, baron, warden, king, overlord, administrator, superintendent, supervisor, foreman, band master, queen, ringleader, general, taskmaster.
the Supreme Being.
almighty, noble, maker, godhead, god almighty, nobleman, master, divine, overlord, jehovah, creator.
count, principal, sire, overlord, dean, officer, star, authority, baron, mother, proprietor, president, mahatma, head, commandant, executive, landlord, nobleman, master, ruler, chief, headmaster, landlady, senior, quartermaster, squire, commander, kingpin, abbot, guru, captain, noble, leader, liege, governor, headmistress, manager, titleholder, director, aristocrat, mandarin, king, maestro, proprietress.
holder, heir, landowner, possessor, laird, heiress, occupier, landholder, householder, owner.
dame, Her/Your Ladyship, justice, lady, esq, honorific, HON, the Honorable, jr..
bluster, strut, aggrandize, pontificate, boast, peacock, crow, brag, parade, cock-a-doodle-doo, saunter, preen, prance, blow, swagger, flaunt, vaunt, gloat, bluff.
command, manage, conduct, administer, govern, oversee, rule, lead, direct, superintend, supervise, boss.
win, conquer, succeed, subordinate, triumph, better, prevail, control, vanquish, surmount, preside, predominate, dominate, overcome, oppress.
medieval, feudalism, feudal, count, alchemist. alchemy, manor. M. •nobleman
•Other relevant words:
aristocrat, evangelist, esq, HON, backbench, god almighty, count, mediaeval, feudalism, divine, he, agent, honorific, countess, noble, M, disciple, medieval, His, dame, consort, nobleman, Benches, the Supreme Being, filibuster, alchemist, manor, liege, Him, archduke, justice, baroness, feudal, baronet, baronetcy, apostolic, aristocracy, alchemy, apostle.