Definition of Subinfeudated

1. subinfeudate [v] - See also: subinfeudate



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subinfeudated

subindividual
subindividuals
subinduce
subinduced
subinduces
subinducing
subindustries
subindustry
subinfeodation
subinfeodations
subinfer
subinferred
subinferring
subinfeud
subinfeudate
subinfeudated (current term)
subinfeudates
subinfeudating
subinfeudation
subinfeudations
subinfeuded
subinfeuding
subinfeuds
subingression
subinhibitory
subintellectual
subintelligitur
subintelligiturs
subinterval
subintervals

Literary usage of Subinfeudated

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1. A History of the Foreshore and the Law Relating Thereto: With a Hitherto by Stuart Archibald Moore, Matthew Hale, Robert Gream Hall (1888)
"That the right to wreck, as a franchise originally granted to be taken within the honor, was reserved to the lord of the honor when he subinfeudated the ..."

2. A Concise Abridgment of the Law of Real Property and an Introduction to by Joseph Alexander Shearwood (1885)
"In most manors parts were subinfeudated to freeholders and parts to copyholders ; but sometimes the seignory was separated from the lands; ..."

3. The History of Medieval Europe by Lynn Thorndike (1917)
"In some parts of Europe, notably France, land was subinfeudated in this way ... When a vassal subinfeudated his land, he of course did not alienate it, ..."

4. The History of English Law Before the Time of Edward I by Frederick Pollock, Frederic William Maitland (1899)
"With the transfer of freehold land the court had in general little to do; the tenants subinfeudated their tenements without going to the court, ..."

5. The English Historical Review by Mandell Creighton, Justin Winsor, Samuel Rawson Gardiner, Reginald Lane Poole, John Goronwy Edwards (1892)
"... and represents . the subinfeudated portion, just as the preceding section contains the dominium of the fief.58 Here Terra ..."

6. Select Documents of English Constitutional History by George Burton Adams, Henry Morse Stephens (1901)
"... and helmets, and shields, and lances as he has knight's fees in his demesne [that is, not subinfeudated, or held by knights under him]. 2. ..."

7. Select Documents of English Constitutional History by George Burton Adams, Henry Morse Stephens (1906)
"... and helmets, and shields, and lances as he has knight's fees in his demesne [that is, not subinfeudated, or held by knights under him]. 2. ..."

8. Select Documents of English Constitutional History by Henry Morse Stephens, Great Britain (1901)
"... subinfeudated, or held by knights under him], 2. Also, let every free layman who is worth sixteen marks in chattels or in revenue have a coat of mail ..."

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