noun ser·vant·ry \-ntrē\

Definition of servantry



  1. :  all the servants of one master or house all the servantry of the dairy were standing in the red-brick entry — Thomas Hardy

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Origin and Etymology of servantry

1servant + -ry

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to criticize severely

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