Definition of Countryseat

1. Noun. An estate in the country.

Generic synonyms: Acres, Demesne, Estate, Land, Landed Estate



Definition of Countryseat

1. Noun. an estate in the country; gentleman's country residence ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Countryseat

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Countryseat

countryfies
countryfy
countryfying
countryish
countryless
countrylike
countrymade
countryman
countrymate
countrymates
countrymen
countrypeople
countryperson
countrypersons
countrypolitan
countryseat (current term)
countryseats
countryship
countryside
countrysides
countrywide
countrywoman
countrywomen
counts
counts/minute
counts angels on pinheads
counts coup
countship
countships
countwheel

Literary usage of Countryseat

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1. The Life of Ludwig Van Beethoven by Alexander Wheelock Thayer (1921)
"Some time after this humiliating failure Prince Louis Ferdinand of Prussia paid a visit to the same cavalier (Lobkowitz) in his countryseat. ..."

2. The Colonial Architecture of Philadelphia by Phil Madison Riley, Frank Cousins (1920)
"Others desiring to live more nearly in the manner of their English forbears in the mother country chose to make an elaborate countryseat their year-round ..."

3. The Colonial Homes of Philadelphia and Its Neighborhood: Its Missionary Aspect by Charles Freer Andrews, Harold Donaldson Eberlein, Horace Mather Lippncott, 1877-1967 (1912)
"Judge Chew built Cliveden in 1761, and used it as his countryseat. He was noted for the courtesies he paid to the members of the first Continental Congress, ..."

4. Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by William B. Dana (1843)
"... that miserable desire for over- renching others, must ever keep you so." Mr. Lee, for many years, resided at his countryseat in Bloomingdale. ..."

5. Life, Letters, and Journals of George Ticknor by George Ticknor, Anna (Eliot) Ticknor (1876)
"It was a day of no common import at a nobleman's countryseat, for it was the last of the shooting season. The Duke was anxious to have a quantity of game ..."

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