noun, plural Lord Chancellors.
Origin of Lord Chancellor
Examples from the Web for lord chancellor
In the early part of this session the lord-chancellor gave notice of bills respecting bankruptcy, lunacy, and county courts.
More lost no time; never had lord-chancellor displayed such activity.History of the Reformation in the Sixteenth Century, Volume V|J. H. Merle d'Aubigné
In these sentiments the lord-chancellor coincided; the clauses, he said, were as necessary as any others.
The lord-chancellor likewise thought that the second reading should be delayed till the matter had been more ripely considered.
Besides the lord-chancellor, there is probably not a single peer occupying a house there to-day.