- vasovagal syncope,
- vassar, matthew,
Origin of vassalage
Examples from the Web for vassalage
Week after week went by, and we were kept in a state of vassalage.The Two Supercargoes|W.H.G. Kingston
Serfs replaced slaves; vassals replaced serfs; some day, vassalage also will disappear as did slavery and serfdom!
Europe, delivered from vassalage, shall celebrate the name of Russia!Moscow|Fred Whishaw
The proletariat might become too knowing, it might get tired of its vassalage, and might rebel against its earthly gods.Woman under socialism|August Bebel
As justified by his oath of vassalage he vows to slay the man who has insulted his sovereign.Women of the Teutonic Nations|Hermann Schoenfeld
- the condition of being a vassal or the obligations to which a vassal was liable
- the relationship between a vassal and his lord
c.1300, from Old French vassalage, from vassal (see vassal).