Definition of Principalship

1. Noun. The post of principal.

Generic synonyms: Berth, Billet, Office, Place, Position, Post, Situation, Spot
Derivative terms: Principal



Definition of Principalship

1. Noun. The condition, rank or office of a principal ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Principalship

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Principalship

principal diagonal
principal ideal
principal ideal domain
principal investigator
principal photography
principal quantum number
principal sum
principalist
principalists
principalities
principality
principall
principally
principalness
principals
principalship (current term)
principalships
principate
principi
principia
principial
principiant
principiation
principiations
principium
principl
principle
principle of equivalence
principle of least astonishment
principle of least knowledge

Literary usage of Principalship

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1. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1920)
"He became a. teacher in the public schools at the age of 17 and later, having advanced to the principalship of a village school, he began the study of ..."

2. Rose's Notes on the United States Supreme Court Reports (2 Dallas to 241 by Walter Malins Rose, Charles Lawrence Thompson, United States Supreme Court (1919)
"Character of act causing injury as determining vicc-principalship. Note, 54 LRA 128, 172. Miscellaneous. Cited in Oregon Short Line etc. Ry. Co. v. ..."

3. Our Schools: Their Administration and Supervision by William Estabrook Chancellor (1905)
"The excellent features of a principalship are as follows: — 1. By custom, the principal has usually a life tenure as good as, often better than, ..."

4. Our Schools, Their Administration and Supervision by William Estabrook Chancellor (1908)
"In the exigency of the times, a man who has just been graduated from a normal school or a college may be able to secure an independent principalship or ..."

5. The Management of a City School by Arthur Cecil Perry (1919)
"... except that of salary, the principalship of a school is the most desirable of all educational positions, unless one desires to pursue in a professorship ..."

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