noun, plural squire·ar·chies.
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OTHER WORDS FROM squirearchysquire·ar·chal, squire·ar·chi·cal, adjective
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A league was now formed by the bureaucracy, the orthodox clergy, the provincial squirearchy, and some of the proletariat.The Prussian Terror|Alexandre Dumas
Are the coronets of the nobility to be put up to sale like the acres of the squirearchy?
He sketched out a system by which this new squirearchy was to be dealt with,—how courted, flattered, and rewarded.
He had been made to understand clearly that it would be better that he should not enter in upon his squirearchy early in life.The American Senator|Anthony Trollope
A few years since some of the most strenuous opponents of railways were to be found among the squirearchy.Old Roads and New Roads|William Bodham Donne