equerry

[ UK /ˈɛkwəɹi/ ]
NOUN
  1. an official charged with the care of the horses of princes or nobles
  2. a personal attendant of the British royal family
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How To Use equerry In A Sentence

  • As she left the church after the 40-minute service, a smiling Sophie linked arms with husband Edward and Timothy Laurence, a former royal equerry.
  • At 22, Ludwig became engaged to his cousin, Sophia, but the arrangements were called off when his relationship with an equerry, Richard Hornig, blossomed.
  • Rhodry turned to go, but the gwerbret himself made the point moot by coming in, trailed by the equerry and the chamberlain. A TIME OF WAR
  • Soon after the end of the war George VI appointed as his equerry a much-decorated air ace, Group Captain Peter Townsend.
  • Hans Ebert stood outside, in full dress uniform, his equerry three paces behind him.
  • France, to many of the chief officers of the crown — as great seneschal, great master, great chamberlain, great equerry, great pantler, great huntsman, great falconer. A Philosophical Dictionary
  • ` ` Come, valiant sir, '' said Wamba, ` ` I must be your armourer as well as your equerry --- I have dismounted you, and now I will unhelm you. '' Ivanhoe
  • The equerry and Gwerbret Cadmar himself, leaning on his stick, were standing talking with the young herald. A TIME OF WAR
  • Being a known equerry to the Prince, I was often peppered with questions of this nature while out about the piazza.
  • The equerry bobbed his head in her direction, the best bow he could A TIME OF WAR
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