verb (used with object), squired, squir·ing.
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Origin of squire
OTHER WORDS FROM squiresquireless, adjectivesquirelike, adjectiveun·squired, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for squire
In retaliation, Scott blatantly squired Moran around Hollywood.
Masham has promised to provide for me: I squired his lady out of her chaise to-day, and must visit her in a day or two.The Journal to Stella|Jonathan Swift
Not even Trudy knew that he had actually adopted a monocle and squired Beatrice round in state.The Gorgeous Girl|Nalbro Bartley
Bighorn rams squired their bands of ewes on the plateaus and pinnacles above timber line.The Yellow Horde|Hal G. Evarts
Even Mrs. Theobald, squired by Mr. Kingcroft, had braved the journey from Yorkshire to bid her only daughter good-bye.Where Angels Fear to Tread|E. M. Forster
But for Ralph's fear for his neck, which had increased in value since its devotion to Veronica, he would have squired his cousin.Romance|Joseph Conrad and F.M. Hueffer