Words nearby barony
How to use barony in a sentence
He was needed to set right his barony, for he himself grew weak and his vassals quarrelsome.
And Herbert began to call to arms the vassals of the barony, and chuckled when he thought of the brave times ahead.
Up and down the barony went Sebastian, showing his scars inflicted by paynims, drawing all after him.
Dashwood retired with Bute and the barony of Despencer was called out of abeyance in his favour.The Political History of England - Vol. X.|William Hunt
You remember that the unsuccessful claimant in the Bearsdale case got a barony?Tristram of Blent|Anthony Hope
British Dictionary definitions for barony
- the domain of a baron
- (in Ireland) a division of a county
- (in Scotland) a large estate or manor