Definition of Esquiring

1. Verb. (present participle of esquire) ¹



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Definition of Esquiring

1. esquire [v] - See also: esquire

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Esquiring

esprit de l'escalier
esprits
espumoso
espumosos
espundia
espy
espying
esq.
esquamulose
esquilax
esquilaxes
esquinancea
esquire
esquired
esquires
esquiring (current term)
esquisse
esquisses
ess
essay
essayed
essayer
essayers
essaying
essayings
essayish
essayist
essayistic
essayists
essaylike

Literary usage of Esquiring

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1. The Law and Practice in Bankruptcy Under the National Bankruptcy Act of 1898 by William Miller Collier, William Horace Hotchkiss, Frank Bixby Gilbert (1907)
"ment that the fee be paid as a con- This was held not to include sums dition of filing a claim at all —by re- paid to satisfy fixed liens on real esquiring ..."

2. The Physiology of New York Boarding-houses by Thomas Butler Gunn (1857)
"Wo remember an instance in which a husband's feol- ings were so wrought upon by the fact of a boarder's esquiring his wifo from a party—which ho himself had ..."

3. Political Essays, with Sketches of Public Characters. by William Hazlitt (1819)
"... and esquiring himself, like the ladies in the Beggar's Opera, who express the height of their rankling envy and dislike, by calling each other—Madam. ..."

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