Definition of lordly:
important, high-flown, dogmatic, luxurious, big, wonderful, strong, chesty, unconditional, fantastic, unequivocal, sumptuous, positive, huffy, superior, tyrannical, venerable, noble-minded, jubilant, idealistic, immodest, select, high, dominant, cavalier, magnific, arrogant, overweening, marvelous, exulting, irresponsible, controlling, howling, rattling, triumphal, insulting, coercive, swaggering, imperative, proud, arbitrary, presuming, compulsory, autocratic, magnificent, uppity, rarified, pricey, terrific, patronizing, elevated, scornful, vain, supreme, costly, despotic, authoritative, exclusive, compulsive, exalted, rarefied, commanding, wondrous, authoritarian, greathearted, prideful, sneering, sublime, haughty, swashbuckling, marvellous, high-class, expensive, rejoicing, deluxe, masterful, august, assumptive, stiff-necked, insolent, splendid, imperious, grand, attitude, expansive, pretentious, uppish, self-opinionated, natural, egocentric, domineering, contemptuous, supercilious, lofty, high-hat, pompous, triumphant, high-minded, gilded, high-handed, egotistic, magnanimous, huffish, assumptive, chivalrous, over, grandiose, high-and-mighty, highfalutin, superb, self-satisfied, extravagant, snide, tremendous, self-assertive, overbearing, exultant, conceited, revered, good, self-asserting, toplofty, disdainful, presumptuous, absolute, exacting, bumptious, dictatorial, sniffy, gallant, noble, opulent, peremptory.
- noble (part of speech: adjective)
- supremely (part of speech: adverb)
- "The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus", American Anti-Slavery Society.
- "The Nibelungenlied", Unknown.
- "The Road to Understanding", Eleanor H. Porter.