You will have wealth, station—a name among the first in the gentry of England.
I suppose you have no objection this time to bestow a few bullets on these gentry?
The guests comprised the gentry of the neighbourhood, and also many from a distance.
But that only makes him angry, and he says dreadful things about the gentry.
The people are coming in hundreds—aye, in thousands—the gentry will follow; they must.
It's the gentry an' most respectable folks that's Protestants.
The nobility and gentry of this country were welcomed abroad with but too great avidity.
And the gentry—where are they, who should stand at their head and share their fortune?
I expect she knew enough herself—all the resident gentry did.
Perhaps—it flashed upon him—the yacht's gentry will hear I stood up for them.