samurai

All Noun Adjective
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  • She is well known for her unique character in being one of the few female samurais of her period.
  • Many joined the group due to the desire to become a samurai and be involved in political affairs.
  • Just in the last two decades, samurai have become more popular in America.
  • Samurai normally used only a small part of their total name.
  • The conduct of samurai served as role model behavior for the other social classes.
  • Since they have nothing to offer but food, he tells them to find hungry samurai.
  • His father was a wealthy merchant who had bought his way into samurai status.
  • Samurai were not a political force under the new order.
  • The battle has been featured in all games of the Samurai Warriors series.
  • He established the first samurai-dominated administrative government in the history of Japan.
  • Little is know specifically of the samurai who are buried there however.
  • Most samurai were bound by a code of honor and were expected to set an example for those below them.
  • Military men, however, would not be referred to as "samurai" for many more centuries.
  • The samurai agree that four of them will follow him: two who believe in him and two who do not.
  • Samurai, an original character from the show, and the Hall of Justice were both released.
  • It failed, but several other samurai followed their attempt.
  • Under the feudal system, only the samurai class was allowed to own weapons.
  • If a samurai's wife gave birth to a son he could then one day become a samurai.
  • If a samurai's wife gave birth to a son he could then one day become a samurai.
  • The priest says that he saw the samurai with his wife traveling the same day the murder happened.
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Meaning of samurai

  • noun A japanese warrior who was a member of the feudal military aristocracy
  • noun Feudal japanese military aristocracy