(1) sorry, squire, but I know my limitations(2) Nevertheless, he was wealthy enough to build Vaucluse House, still one of the best Georgian buildings in the country, and live there, as he said, like a squire at home.(3) We know that he was born into a family of high standing in France and he describes himself as a squire , certainly suggesting that his family were wealthy landowners.(4) He has long yearned the quiet life of a country squire in a little Cornish style farm in Sussex where he could raise bees.(5) So it seems that your working career, squire , is very much tied up with the World Club Championship bid from the Wolves.(6) Scott, by contrast, is very much the country squire , down in town from his home in the Borders.(7) the squire of Radbourne Hall(8) Surely, some Light Colonel with a busted marriage could be convinced to squire her around town while he waits out his retirement papers.(9) Marcia was such a knockout I wanted to squire her about to show her off, but she would have none of that.(10) I told him how anxious you were about his reclusiveness, and to please you I think he would certainly squire you about town, but he would undoubtedly prefer to stay at home and nurse his wound.(11) We haven't verified that it works, and if you want to mess around with your Windows Registry, as it suggests, that's your own affair and nothing to do with us, squire .(12) If you survive being a page, and can stand being a squire , and pass the test of knighthood, then, and only then, will you be worthy of the title of a knight.(13) A squire takes his fallen master's identity to joust in medieval combat.(14) The old 16 th-century Welsh squire - and crook - Sir John Wynn loved his ancestry.(15) Andy finds time to squire a few pretty ladies around, too, and even his motherly Aunt Bee dallies with romance this season.(16) Striding out with his faithful hound at his heels, he would be the picture of the country squire were it not for his somewhat bizarre attire - cut-off shorts, a sleeveless T - shirt and a sailor's cap.