Definition of Squirarchy

1. n. The gentlemen, or gentry, of a country, collectively.



Definition of Squirarchy

1. Noun. (alternative form of squirearchy) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Squirarchy

1. [n -CHIES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Squirarchy

squinting eye
squintingly
squints
squinty
squiny
squinying
squinzey
squinzeys
squirage
squirages
squiralties
squiralty
squirarch
squirarchies
squirarchs
squirarchy (current term)
squircle
squircles
squire
squirearchal
squirearchies
squirearchy
squired
squiredom
squiredoms
squireen
squireens
squirehood
squirehoods
squirelike

Literary usage of Squirarchy

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1. Letters of Edward FitzGerald by Edward FitzGerald (1894)
"And really it is the sad ugliness of our once pleasant Fields that half drives me to the Water where the Power of the squirarchy stops I To EB Cowell. ..."

2. Political parties in the United States, 1846-1861 by Jesse Macy (1900)
"The early Tudor monarchs looked for support to the middle-class folk in the country, called the squirarchy, while they completed the political degradation ..."

3. Political parties in the United States, 1846-1861 by Jesse Macy (1900)
"The early Tudor monarchs looked for support to the middle-class folk in the country, called the squirarchy, while they completed the political degradation ..."

4. Political parties in the United States, 1846-1861 by Jesse Macy (1900)
"The early Tudor monarchs looked for support to the middle-class folk in the country, called the squirarchy, while they completed the political degradation ..."

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