Definition of feudally in US English:

feudally

adverb

  • See feudal

    • ‘Like Thatcher, who learnt this game from traditional Labour, Welsh socialism talked all too easily and feudally about ‘our people’.’
    • ‘The fact that feudal tenure commonly served an ostensibly military purpose, that of providing armed men for a lord's host, licensed kings to express their superior lordship by manipulating the descent of feudally held lands.’
    • ‘The ‘historicising’ approach, the aristocratic strangeness of a highly artificial, elaborate, feudally coded language, falls away.’

Pronunciation

feudally

/ˈfjud(ə)li//ˈfyo͞od(ə)lē/