wardenry

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war·den·ry

 (wôrd′n-rē)
n. pl. war·den·ries
The office, duties, or jurisdiction of a warden.
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Dacre was suspected of having encouraged border disorders between 1523-1525 during the Scottish war and was hauled before Star Chamber and stripped of his wardenries. [21]