from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The residence of one who is at once squire and parson.
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When the early death of her husband threw Mrs. St John Deloraine almost alone on the world (for her family had, naturally, been offended by her good fortune), she left the gray old squarsonage, and went to town.
The Mark Of Cain Andrew Lang 1878
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