Definition of Squirage

1. landed gentry collectively [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Squirage

squinter
squinters
squintest
squintier
squintiest
squintifego
squinting
squinting eye
squintingly
squints
squinty
squiny
squinying
squinzey
squinzeys
squirage (current term)
squirages
squiralties
squiralty
squirarch
squirarchies
squirarchs
squirarchy
squircle
squircles
squire
squirearchal
squirearchies
squirearchy
squired

Literary usage of Squirage

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1. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1853)
"The matter becomes evident, if you test the rule by a peerage instead ofa squirage. Even the eldest daughter of a baronet or landed gentleman loses her ..."

2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1837)
"No,' replied the humourist, ' I am waiting till the squirage comes out ; ' a work then mentioned in derision, but now printed with success. ..."

3. Sketches of Old Times and Distant Places by John Sinclair (1875)
""No," replied the humourist, " I am waiting till the squirage comes out ;" a work then mentioned in derision, but now printed with success. ..."

4. Joscelyn Cheshire: A Story of Revolutionary Days in the Carolinas by Sara Beaumont Kennedy (1901)
""Methinks no hero of olden romance had ever such charming squirage. Are you going to give me your gloves and fasten your colours on ..."

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