Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of squire.

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Examples

  • "We in Chicago, we in the region, we in the Midwest want to act as a gateway for Chinese business investment into America, and at the same time we want to make sure that our businesses are a gateway into China as well," Daley said after squiring Hu to the expo where about a dozen Chinese businesses with operations in the Midwest had set up exhibits to show off their companies.

    PHOTOS: Chinese President Hu Jintao Tours Chicago

  • "We in Chicago, we in the region, we in the Midwest want to act as a gateway for Chinese business investment into America, and at the same time we want to make sure that our businesses are a gateway into China as well," Daley said after squiring Hu to the expo where about a dozen Chinese businesses with operations in the Midwest had set up exhibits to show off their companies.

    PHOTOS: Chinese President Hu Jintao Tours Chicago

  • I assume regular male host Adrian Chiles was taking what folk in broadcasting call, without a trace of irony, "a well-earned break", because a chap called Dan was squiring Christine Bleakley.

    André Villas-Boas masters art of post-match put down

  • "We in Chicago, we in the region, we in the Midwest want to act as a gateway for Chinese business investment into America, and at the same time we want to make sure that our businesses are a gateway into China as well," Daley said after squiring Hu to the expo where about a dozen Chinese businesses with operations in the Midwest had set up exhibits to show off their companies.

    PHOTOS: Chinese President Hu Jintao Tours Chicago

  • Willy drank to excess and seemed to expect Daisy to tolerate his infidelities, even when he took up with a married acquaintance of theirs and made no attempt to conceal the affair, squiring the woman into London hotels and taking her to parties.

    Saluting a Centennial

  • There he goes again, that mythical billionaire squiring his vastly younger new wife around town.

    Third Wives Club

  • As a result, Edwin had spent the last twenty of his thirty years squiring for a succession of brave, heroic, and frankly not very bright chaps in shiny armour.

    Squired-Up

  • This time will be different, because I'm squiring Undine Spragg, international cocktail bitch, around town and believe me it's no pique nique.

    Undine Spragg, International Cocktail Bitch

  • He hires Hoke (Mr. Jones), a black chauffeur, to do the job instead, and Hoke spends the next quarter-century — the years of the civil-rights movement — squiring her around town.

    A Perfect Night on Broadway

  • It depicted a cool-looking guy, his hair slicked back with Vitalis or Wildroot Cream Oil, squiring an attractive girl with a pageboy hairdo while a less cool guy fumed in the foreground.

    How to Hypnotize Women

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