Vil"lan*age(?; 48), n. [OF. villenage, vilenage. See Villain.] 1. (Feudal Law) The state of a villain, or serf; base servitude; tenure on condition of doing the meanest services for the lord.
I speak even now as if sin were condemned in a perpetual villanage, never to be manumitted.Milton.
Some faint traces of villanage were detected by the curious so late as the days of the Stuarts.Macaulay.
2. Baseness; infamy; villainy.
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