Peasantry



[pez-uh n-tree] /ˈpɛz ən tri/

noun
1.
collectively.
2.
the status or character of a .
/ˈpɛzəntrɪ/
noun
1.
peasants as a class
2.
conduct characteristic of peasants
3.
the status of a peasant
n.

1550s, from peasant + -ry.

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