Definition of Collegiality

1. Noun. power and authority that is shared among peers, especially the sharing of collegiate power among Roman Catholic bishops. ¹



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Definition of Collegiality

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Collegiality

college man
college student
college try
collegebound
collegelike
collegemate
collegemates
colleger
collegers
colleges
collegewide
collegey
collegia
collegial
collegialities
collegiality (current term)
collegially
collegian
collegians
collegiate
collegiate church
collegiate churches
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collegiately
collegiates
collegium
collegiums
collegue
collembolan
collembolans

Literary usage of Collegiality

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1. Structural and Other Alternatives for the Federal Courts of Appeals: Report edited by Judith A. McKenna (1994)
"Appellate judges assessed many other problems facing the federal system as more serious than the impact of workload on collegiality. ..."

2. Researching Mathematics Education in South Africa: Perspectives, Practices by Renuka Vithal, Jill Adler, Christine Keitel (2005)
"(1998: 214) Locally, the discourse of collegiality and co-operation is increasingly gaining recognition. In C2005 teachers are encouraged to work together, ..."

3. Issues of Curriculum Reform in Science, Mathematics and Higher Order by Ronald D. Anderson (1994)
"As inservice education is the most common and simplest format for promoting teacher collaboration and collegiality in the service of change, ..."

4. Accountability of the International Monetary Fund by Barry Carin, Angela Wood (2005)
"A second argument against published voting records is that it would erode the collegiality and professionalism of the board. Board members might be overly ..."

5. Teaching in the New Millennium: How We Can Prepare Today's Teachers for edited by Mike Dewine (2000)
"And I believe that if we have high ley- els of staff collegiality where teachers can ... When we have collegiality among staff and when teachers have some ..."

6. To Recruit And Advance: Women Students And Faculty in Science And Engineering by National Research Council (2006)
"Efforts to foster collegiality may benefit from placing students in ... collegiality is needed as well between graduate classes, not just within one class ..."

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