of or relating to the royal family of Lancaster.
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How to use Lancastrian in a sentence
Extra taxes on aliens were levied under both Lancastrian and Yorkist rulers with little profit.
Yet the Paston family were originally Lancastrian, and returned to that side in 1470.
The word innocent is written by some Lancastrian over an erasure.The Boke of Noblesse | Unknown
Seeing this disposition of the hostile force, the Lancastrian army divided.The History of England | T.F. Tout
It was in fact an informal parliament of the Lancastrian party.The History of England | T.F. Tout
British Dictionary definitions for Lancastrian
a native or resident of Lancashire or Lancaster
an adherent of the house of Lancaster in the Wars of the Roses: Compare Yorkist
of or relating to Lancashire or Lancaster
of or relating to the house of Lancaster
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