Definition of Colleagueships
1. colleagueship [n] - See also: colleagueship
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Colleagueships
Literary usage of Colleagueships
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Peter MacKenzie, His Life and Labours by JOSEPH. DAWSON (1896)
"Many happy colleagueships have smiled on me since then ; but for oneness of aim, thoroughness of brotherly intercourse, constant co-operation on the part of ..."
2. Sermon and Addresses, at the Installation of the Rev. Jacob M. Manning, as by Edwards Amasa Park (1857)
"I have known colleagueships, in which jealousies and miserable competitions for pre-eminence have engendered bitterness, ..."