Synonyms for Squire:


manor, attendant, medieval, liege, M, feudalism, assistant, alchemist, mediaeval, feudal, servant, alchemy, valet. companion, count, chaperon, date, baronet, escort, baron, countess, aristocrat, archduke, baronetcy, aristocracy, cavalier, baroness, consort. master (noun)
kingpin, authority, guru, headmaster, executive, captain, ruler, dean, sire, quartermaster, commander, landlord, mahatma, officer, master, landlady, headmistress, mandarin, head, mother, proprietress, titleholder, principal, governor, proprietor, star, senior, director, maestro, chief, leader, lord, commandant, manager, president, abbot.
squire (noun)
titles (noun)
jr., Her/Your Ladyship, honorific, HON, justice, the Honorable, lady, dame, judge, esq.
valet (noun)


accompany (verb)
date, escort, chaperon, companion.

Other synonyms:

servant. date. guide
Other relevant words:
consort, alchemy, baronetcy, chaperon, baroness, archduke, medieval, attendant, valet, mediaeval, assistant, countess, esq, judge, gallant, count, companion, feudalism, cavalier, honorific, manor, HON, lady, baronet, liege, M, servant, baron, escort, aristocracy, dame, date, aristocrat, feudal, justice, alchemist.

Usage examples for squire

  1. That's of it, Squire – The Ship of Stars by Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
  2. " And Squire O'Hara will decide that point for himself," replied Kathleen. – The Rebel of the School by Mrs. L. T. Meade
  3. I guess you had better shell out some yourself, Squire – Janet's Love and Service by Margaret M Robertson