noun Chiefly British.
Origin of ground landlord
Examples from the Web for ground landlord
Historical Examples of ground landlord
We pitch our tents where we will, but are not afraid of a ground-landlord.The Mysteries of London, v. 1/4
George W. M. Reynolds
The potent name of Ladbroke appears in these proceedings as the ground-landlord.Cremorne and the Later London Gardens
And right she was, when the premises were hers, and she had bought out even the Ground-landlord.
The next step was to interest the Duke of Bedford—as the ground-landlord of that part of London—in the scheme.The Life of Mrs. Humphry Ward
Janet Penrose Trevelyan