Squirarchy



noun, plural squirarchies.
1.
squirearchy.
noun, plural squirearchies.
1.
the collective body of squires or landed gentry of a country.
2.
the social, economic, and political class formed by the landed gentry.
noun (pl) -chies
1.
government by squires
2.
squires collectively, esp as a political or social force

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