acres[ ey-ker ]SEE DEFINITION OF acres
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACRES
In return for their acres they follow their new chief to war.
Thirteen acres, you see, for just one building; it's a farm.
Somewhere on these six hundred acres was the herd and it was his chore to find it and bring it in.
The consciousness of acres had passed away from his portly presence.
He'll sell ten acres for twenty dollars less'n he said last week.
They held about five acres, but provided no oxen for the manorial plough-team.
Fifteen hundred acres of coal land are owned in connection with these works.
By the end of the month, with these forty ploughs, some 750 acres had been broken up.
It contained about five acres, in the form of an irregular parallelogram.
A hide in England meant about 120 acres, though “the size of the acre varied.”