The king has not even an equerry with him, nor the queen any lady to attend her when she goes her airings.
As first equerry, it was necessary that Albert should accompany the prince.
He was his equerry, and often slept in his room or in an adjoining closet.
And her equerry has been hurried back to look after her harried estate.
The difficulty of broaching the subject to his equerry struck him as unsurmountable.
For a soldier and equerry you seem to know a great deal of the history of your country.
His father, an officer in the British army, was then equerry to the duke of Cumberland—afterwards king of Hanover.
Here, then, we found the equerry again, consumed by anxiety.
Before he had left his chariot, the hand of his equerry fell restrainingly on his shoulder.
The chamberlains and the equerry have departed with their letters of announcement.
1590s, short for groom of the equirrie, from esquiry "stables" (1550s), from Middle French escuerie (Modern French écurie), perhaps from Medieval Latin scuria "stable," from Old High German scura "barn;" or from Old French escuier "groom," from Vulgar Latin scutarius "shield-bearer." In either case, spelling influenced by Latin equus "horse," which is unrelated.