How to Pronounce lords?

Correct pronunciation for the word "lords" is [lˈɔːdz], [lˈɔːdz], [l_ˈɔː_d_z].

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"Lords" in context

The lords are the highest tier of nobility within the British government. They are members of the House of Lords, the upper house of Parliament. The Lords have many duties and responsibilities, including helping to shape new laws, reviewing and proposing amendments to plan bills, and providing expertise and advice for the government. The Lords also examine and assess public expenditure.

The House of Lords consists of several groups such as hereditary peers, life peers, lords spiritual and law lords. The hereditary peers, who are the longest-serving and oldest of the Lords, are entitled to a place in the chamber for life, and terms are limited to those who are direct relatives.

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Usage over time for lords:

This graph shows how "lords" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.


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