acred

[ ey-kerd ]
/ ˈeɪ kərd /

adjective

owning many acres of land; landed.

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Origin of acred

First recorded in 1835–45; acre + -ed3
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Example sentences from the Web for acred

  • She's for some splendid young Devon squire, six foot high, and acred and whiskered within an inch of his life!

    Trilby|George Du Maurier

British Dictionary definitions for acred

acred
/ (ˈeɪkəd) /

adjective

(usually in combination) having acres of landa many-acred farm; a well-acred nobleman
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