the fact of being English, especially by birth.
a population that is English or of English descent: the Englishry of Ireland.
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How to use Englishry in a sentence
Everything Saxon was vile, and the word 'Englishry' implied as much contempt and scorn as the word 'Irishry' in a later age.The Land-War In Ireland (1870) | James Godkin
A rumour spread over the whole island that, on the ninth of December, there would be a general massacre of the Englishry.
The fugitive Englishry found in England warm sympathy and munificent relief.
While there remained any doubt about the issue of the conflict between the Englishry and the Irishry, he had stood aloof.
But the war cry of the Irishry had scarcely died away when the first faint murmurs of the Englishry began to be heard.
British Dictionary definitions for Englishry
people of English descent, esp in Ireland
the fact or condition of being an Englishman or Englishwoman, esp by birth
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