Squire [verb]

Definition of Squire:


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Sentence/Example of Squire:

He made his way to the house of Squire Paine, and, after a brief pause, was admitted.

His guns, dogs, and horses, were the things the squire held most dear.

"Nay, I had other things upon my mind," the squire answered.

"As empty as an English squire, coz," cried the first speaker.

I see that your squire's eyes are starting from his head like a trussed crab.

Come hither, young man, young English squire with the gray eyes!

The body of the French squire had been dragged out by them and hacked to pieces.

For me, I will ride into their camp with my squire and two archers.

In the track of both peoples, "death follows like a squire."

One day Hiram came into Squire Hall's office with a letter in his hand.