Definition of Governorships

1. Noun. (plural of governorship) ¹



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Definition of Governorships

1. governorship [n] - See also: governorship

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Governorships

governmentlike
governments
governmentwide
governor
governor's plum
governor's race
governor-general
governor general
governor plum
governorate
governorates
governors
governors-general
governors general
governorship
governorships (current term)
governour
governours
governourship
governs
govorn
govs
govt
govvy
gowan
gowaned
gowans
gowany
gowd
gowder

Literary usage of Governorships

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1. The Historians' History of the World: A Comprehensive Narrative of the Rise by Henry Smith Williams (1907)
"r THE governorships OF PHIPS, BELLAMONT, AND DUDLEY; THE RIGID CODE In 1694 Sir William Phips, who was a man of choleric temper, having got hito dispute ..."

2. A Collection of the Public General Statutes Passed in the ... Year of the by Great Britain (1865)
"22. of recited Act. ' the several Presidencies and Lieutenant governorships in India :' Section Eighteen of 16 & 17 Viet. the Act of the Sixteenth and ..."

3. An Outline History of the Roman Empire (44 B. C. to 378 A. D.) by William Stearns Davis (1911)
"APPENDIX A THE governorships OF THE PROVINCES OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE There were several kinds of governorships under the Empire, namely: — I. Senatorial ..."

4. The Government of India: Being a Digest of the Statute Law Relating Thereto by Courtenay Ilbert (1898)
"... accordance with such rules and orders is deemed to be the order or the act of the Governor in Council. (a) See note on s. 43. Lieutenant-governorships ..."

5. Colonial Policy of 1840 and 1841: As Illustrated by the Governor's by Edward Macarthur (1841)
"... that there was to be an extensive surveying staff sent to Melbourne; there would be new governorships and new judgeships, and other offices innumerable; ..."

6. The Historians' History of the World: A Comprehensive Narrative of the Rise by Henry Smith Williams (1907)
"... it appears to have been still in vogue some years later, AT^TI was 'swam for a wizard' in Suffolk, England, as late as 1825."r THE governorships OF ..."

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