squirearchy

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noun squire·ar·chy \ˈskwī(-ə)r-ˌär-kē\
variants: or less commonly

squirarchy

Definition of squirearchy

plural

squirearchies

  1. :  the class of landed gentry or landed proprietors

1796

First Known Use of squirearchy

1796

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