OTHER WORDS FROM vassalagesub·vas·sal·age, noun
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How to use vassalage in a sentence
In a later campaign mission when I freed Moscow from its vassalage to the Mongols, I had a real feeling of pride.‘Age of Empires IV’ is the History Channel in game form. Just don’t take it literally.|Cameron Kunzelman|October 29, 2021|Washington Post
The two kingdoms would be one; the two navies would be one; and all other states would be reduced to vassalage.The History of England from the Accession of James II.|Thomas Babington Macaulay
To remain here in North America, and be crushed to the earth in vassalage and degradation, we never will.
The act of the new tribes was, therefore, an observance of international etiquette rather than an acknowledgment of vassalage.The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft, Volume 5|Hubert Howe Bancroft
The Vizier, he says, by this treaty was reduced to a state of vassalage; and he makes this curious distinction in proof of it.
Above 30,000 Birmans laboured in the works of the king of Pegu, as that was one condition of their vassalage.
British Dictionary definitions for vassalage
- the condition of being a vassal or the obligations to which a vassal was liable
- the relationship between a vassal and his lord