The Collaborative International Dictionary
Acred \A"cred\, a. Possessing acres or landed property; -- used in composition; as, large-acred men.
a. Owning or possessing many acres of land.
Usage examples of "acred".
He was a thin stately man of law, garbed as one who gave audience to acred bishops, and carrying on his countenance the stamp of paternity to the parchment skins, and of a virtuous attachment to Port wine sufficient to increase his respectability in the eyes of moral Britain.
Bequeathed by Voltar's ancestors hundreds of thousands of years ago, it is inviolate and s acred and the guiding dogma of the Confederacy.