equerry[ ek-wuh-ree, ih-kwer-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF equerry
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EQUERRY
Here, then, we found the equerry again, consumed by anxiety.
The chamberlains and the equerry have departed with their letters of announcement.
Take Martin, the equerry, with you, and three of the grooms.
Holding his captive before him, Damis turned to the equerry.
He ordered his equerry to offer them his protection, and everything that they might require.
The Prince conferred on him the appointment of equerry, with a salary of 300L.
As first equerry, it was necessary that Albert should accompany the prince.
And her equerry has been hurried back to look after her harried estate.
For a soldier and equerry you seem to know a great deal of the history of your country.
He was travelling with a single equerry, and the equerry, too, has vanished.