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suzerainty

[ soo-zuh-rin-tee, -reyn- ]
/ ˈsu zə rɪn ti, -ˌreɪn- /
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noun, plural su·ze·rain·ties.

the position or authority of a suzerain.
the domain or area subject to a suzerain.

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Origin of suzerainty

1815–25; <French suzeraineté,Middle French suserenete, equivalent to suserensuzerain + -ete-ity

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British Dictionary definitions for suzerainty

suzerainty
/ (ˈsuːzərəntɪ) /

noun plural -ties

the position, power, or dignity of a suzerain
the relationship between suzerain and subject
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