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Gentry are "well-born, genteel and well-bred people" of high social class, especially in the past. ...... External links[edit]. The dictionary definition of gentry at Wiktionary. Media related to Gentry at Wikimedia Commons ...

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Gentry definition, wellborn and well-bred people. See more.

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Gentry definition is - upper or ruling class : aristocracy. How to use gentry in a sentence. ... Rhyming Dictionary: Words that rhyme with gentry. Thesaurus: All ...

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gentry. The gentry are the powerful members of society. In the United Kingdom, where there are still kings and queens and dukes and duchesses, the gentry are  ...

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In Britain, 'gentry' is the term applied for those people who belong to the upper class with country estates often (but non always!) farmed on their behalf by others , ...

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the gentry meaning: 1. people of high social class, especially in the past: 2. people of high social class: . Learn more.

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Define gentry (noun) and get synonyms. What is gentry (noun)? gentry (noun) meaning, pronunciation and more by Macmillan Dictionary.

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Define gentry. gentry synonyms, gentry pronunciation, gentry translation, English dictionary definition of gentry. n. pl. gen¬∑tries 1. People of gentle birth, good ...