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yeo·man·ry
[yoh-muhn-ree]
NOUN
1.
yeomen collectively.
2.
a British volunteer cavalry force, formed in 1761, originally composed largely of yeomen, that became part of the British Territorial Army in 1907.
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Yeomanry is a designation used by a number of units or sub-units of the British Army Reserve, descended from volunteer cavalry regiments. Today, Yeomanry ... More »
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Yeomanry | Definition of Yeomanry by Merriam-Webster

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Define yeomanry: the body of yeomenspecifically : the body of small landed proprietors of the middle class.

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The class of yeomen; farmers of small freeholds. 2. A British volunteer cavalry force organized in 1761 to serve as a home guard and later incorporated into the  ...

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yeomanry: The class of yeomen; small freeholding farmers.

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The most familiar observations about the yeomanry in the early 1600s are their ... Platitudes like Fuller's definition of a yeoman as 'a gentleman in Ore whom the ...