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Squarson.

"A combination of 'squire' and 'parson'

A squire in holy orders who works his parish, or,

Rural parson of means and position not overshadowed by resident squires.

" B.-L. Cent, enters, "squarson,

said to have been invented by Bishop Wilberforce", and quotes A. Lang, "He held the sacrosanct position of squarson".

Source - Blends, Their Relation to English Word Formation Published - 1914

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