1. The position or rank of a yeoman. His estate of yeomanry.

2. The collective body of yeomen, or freeholders. The enfranchised yeomanry began to feel an instinct for dominion. (Bancroft)

3. The yeomanry cavalry. Yeomanry cavalry, certain bodies of volunteer cavalry liable to service in Great Britain only.

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