Masham has promised to provide for me: I squired his lady out of her chaise to-day, and must visit her in a day or two.
And it will not be out of the fashion of the time that a lady should be 'squired by an armed soldier.
Not even Trudy knew that he had actually adopted a monocle and squired Beatrice round in state.
But for Ralph's fear for his neck, which had increased in value since its devotion to Veronica, he would have squired his cousin.
Even Mrs. Theobald, squired by Mr. Kingcroft, had braved the journey from Yorkshire to bid her only daughter good-bye.
late 13c., "young man who attends a knight," later "member of the landowning class ranking below a knight" (c.1300), from Old French esquier "squire," literally "shield carrier" (see esquire). Meaning "country gentleman, landed proprietor" is from 1670s; as a general term of address to a gentleman, it is attested from 1828.
"to attend (a lady) as a gallant," late 14c., from squire (n.). Related: Squired; squiring.