noun, plural em·per·ies.
Examples from the Web for empery
That was in the day of his lust for power and life, when her empery seemed equal in degree to his.
A lady So fair, and fastened to an empery, Would make the great'st king double.
They seemed to be saying, defiantly perhaps, that they could cry if they would, but they had other modes of empery.
So also is there a peculiar happiness in the use of "empery."Oscar Wilde|Leonard Cresswell Ingleby