noun, plural squire·ar·chies.
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OTHER WORDS FROM squirearchysquire·ar·chal, squire·ar·chi·cal, adjective
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Such was more or less the universal humor in the squirearchy of Brandenburg; not of good omen to Burggraf Friedrich.
Not, indeed, that the squirearchy then present were at all disposed to regret Maitland's absence.Tony Butler|Charles James Lever
But the Baronage or Squirearchy of the country were of another mind.History Of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. III. (of XXI.)|Thomas Carlyle
This lowly lad fought the forces of "Squirearchy and Hierarchy."The War After the War|Isaac Frederick Marcosson
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