Definition of Praetorships

1. Noun. (plural of praetorship) ¹



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Definition of Praetorships

1. praetorship [n] - See also: praetorship

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Praetorships

praeterition
praetermit
praetermits
praetermitted
praetermitting
praeternature
praetexta
praetor
praetores
praetorial
praetorian
praetorians
praetorium
praetors
praetorship
praetorships (current term)
praevocalic
praezygapophyses
praezygapophysis
pragma
pragmalinguist
pragmalinguistic
pragmalinguists
pragmas
pragmatic
pragmatic sanction
pragmatical
pragmatically
pragmaticalness
pragmaticism

Literary usage of Praetorships

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1. Hermathena by Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland) (1899)
"Agricola held one of the minor praetorships which looked after the games, and was less dangerous than the urban or peregrine ..."

2. The Roman System of Provincial Administration to the Accession of by William Thomas Arnold (1914)
"... who were charged with the management of the income and expenditure. The praetorships were annual, for no better reason than that the city ..."

3. The Roman System of Provincial Administration to the Accession of by William Thomas Arnold (1906)
"... who were charged with the management of the income and expenditure. The praetorships were annual, for no better reason than that the city ..."

4. The Annals of Tacitus by Cornelius Tacitus, George Gilbert Ramsay (1904)
"The property of Libo was divided among his 32 • accusers;1 and praetorships were conferred, out of the ordinary course,2 on such of them as were of ..."

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