Definition of Proconsulships

1. Noun. (plural of proconsulship) ¹



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Definition of Proconsulships

1. proconsulship [n] - See also: proconsulship

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Proconsulships

procoagulant
procoele
procoeles
procoelian
procoelians
procognitive
procollagen
procollagens
procompetitive
proconsul
proconsular
proconsulate
proconsulates
proconsuls
proconsulship
proconsulships (current term)
proconvertases
proconvertin
procrastinate
procrastinated
procrastinates
procrastinating
procrastination
procrastinations
procrastinative
procrastinator
procrastinators
procrastinatory
procreant
procreants

Literary usage of Proconsulships

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1. The Apostolic Fathers: A Revised Text with Introductions, Notes by Joseph Barber Lightfoot (1889)
"Thus we find the consuls of the years immediately preceding and immediately following Quadratus appointed to one or other of the two great proconsulships ..."

2. China, Her History, Diplomacy, and Commerce: From the Earliest Times to the by Edward Harper Parker (1917)
"... Turki, and other non-Chinese peoples, it has been found necessary to keep up certain military proconsulships on the basis of independent provinces. ..."

3. China, Her History, Diplomacy, and Commerce: From the Earliest Times to the by Edward Harper Parker (1917)
"... Turki, and other non-Chinese peoples, it has been found necessary to keep up certain military proconsulships on the basis of independent provinces. ..."

4. Julius Caesar and the Foundation of the Roman Imperial System by William Warde Fowler (1919)
"... before the election of the consuls who after their year of office would succeed to proconsulships; thus the consuls elected in 50, who would serve their ..."

5. A History of Italian Unity: Being a Political History of Italy from 1814 to 1871 by Bolton King (1912)
"... it must attack the iniquitous proconsulships of the Legations, and give at least the civil justice that Austria allowed her subjects. ..."

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