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Use "baronets" in a sentence
"He made him a member of the "new order of hereditary knights called baronets," which Cotton had himself advised the king to create, as a means of replenishing the State coffers, without burdening his subjects with taxes."
"From the first _we_ are derived -- from the last, the Wychecombes of Hertfordshire -- since known as baronets of that county, by the style and title of Sir Reginald Wychecombe of"
"Wives of knights and baronets hereditary knighthoods established in 1611 when James II sold them for £ 1,000 a pop to finance the army in Ireland are never formally addressed by their given names, but always as "Lady Surname.""