Definition of squireship in English:

squireship

noun

  • See squire

    • ‘He abdicated his squireship in favour of his son Nathaniel.’
    • ‘During your squireship you are expected to make a name for yourself.’
    • ‘During the period of squireship, the knight imparts his knowledge of combat law, technique, arms and armor to his squire.’
    • ‘Robert had finally given up art and opted for country squireship.’
    • ‘Having just ended his squireship, Mieric has decided to seek his fortune and travel - wanting to experience for himself the wonders of his uncle's tales.’