Definition of 'squire'
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But tastes are changing now that the typical country squire is more likely to be a loaded banker than landed gentry.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
He was a country squire, and his family had been there for centuries.Times, Sunday Times (2013) Kevin Keegan - Black and White (1993) Wives and Daughters (1864) Wives and Daughters (1864)
The duo play a medieval knight and his squire who, after a terrible tragedy, are sent through time to the future.The Sun (2009)
I should be married off to a nice country squire with rosy cheeks rather than getting my knickers in a twist over a 24-year-old cage fighter.The Sun (2013)
It looks brilliant and is an ideal combination of city slicker and country squire, as much at home in Chelsea as on top of a mountain.The Sun (2013)
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Definition of squire from the Collins English Dictionary