esquires

[ es-kwahyuh r, e-skwahyuh r ]SEE DEFINITION OF esquires

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After a long line of lords, knights, and esquires, came Henry the Eighth.

Both nobles were attended by their esquires in their liveries.

His ante-chambers were filled with chamberlains, pages, and esquires.

Gurnemanz sings the entire motive and then the Esquires take it up.

The other Esquires would have joined in harassing her had not Gurnemanz stayed them.

It was quite a relief to me to get rid of these esquires of our bodyguard.

He summoned all the knights and esquires of the realm to attend him in London.

The other knights followed in order, all attended by their esquires and their grooms.

Esquires to the knights of the Bath, for life, and their eldest sons.

He always presided at the table of the serving-brethren and esquires.