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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS ▪ He had adopted, unofficially, arms similar to those of the Hotham baronetcy , to which he was not connected. ▪ He succeeded his father in the baronetcy in 1916. ▪ His elder brother Edwin was next in succession to the baronetcy ...

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Baronetcy \Bar"on*et*cy\, n. The rank or patent of a baronet. [1913 Webster] ||

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
n. the rank or dignity or position of a baronet or baroness [syn: barony ] the title of a baron

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. the rank of a baronet

Usage examples of baronetcy.

Jack Malyoe, though grown into repute and importance now, as who would not who hath had the good-fortune to fall heir to a baronetcy and a landed estate?

At the same time, it was intimated to him from another official quarter that a baronetcy was at his service if he felt disposed to accept it.

But he has the wisdom to make a fine townlord, and my baronetcy in Morguhn boasts a fine little town, and, since my stepson and both my natural sons died, Mairee is my only heir.

When this pack had gained enough strength, they were to rise up in every duchy, county, baronetcy, city, town and village, slaughter the Kindred and declare an independent Kingdom of Karaleenos.

Against his notorious bad temper she set his three thousand a year, and his prospective succession to a baronetcy gave a casting vote in his favour.

Governor of some West Indian dependency, whether as a reward for having accepted the baronetcy, or as an application of a theory that West Indian islands get the Governors they deserve, it would have been hard to say.

Harry Norman, the heir to a baronetcy, was too much for him to stomach.

He was the heir to the baronetcy,--and to the double fortunes of the two old men.

I had suggested that the way out of the difficulty was generously to offer a baronetcy to Mr.

Lord Monck, announcing the fact that the Queen had conferred a baronetcy upon Mr.

Watkin, I do really not know how to thank you for all that you have done for me with regard to the injustice done me in the matter of the distribution of honors to the Confederation delegates, and with regard to the baronetcy which the Queen intends to confer on me.

The first telegram to Lord Monck was to offer me the baronetcy, and to ascertain if I would accept of it.

Lord Monck that the Queen had conferred on me the baronetcy dignity, and the C.

Lady Jarvis was for purchasing a baronetcy on the spot, with what they had, under the impression that when ready for another promotion they would only have to pay the difference, as they did in the army when he received his captaincy.

For his part, Drehkos had then been well content to accept the baronetcy which was the patrimony of a second son of his sept of Clan Daiviz and the very munificent maintenance income which the new komees generously and most unexpectedly offered to furnish his brother until he was well married or had otherwise made his fortune.