- The Zemindar fell prostrate at the feet of the Brahman and begged for mercy. - "Folk-Tales of Bengal", Lal Behari Day.
- We go to the camp of the Amil, who commands the Sindhia troops, taking him the brass cannon that it may compel a Musselman zemindar to pay the tax that is long past due. - "Caste", W. A. Fraser.
- This consequence might not perhaps be brought completely to pass without a struggle and many appeals to the Council, which, in a government constituted like this, cannot fail to terminate against the Rajah, and, by the construction to which his opposition to the agent would be liable, might eventually draw on him severe restrictions, and end in reducing him to the mean and depraved state of a mere zemindar. - "The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. VIII. (of 12)", Edmund Burke.