Definition of Chairmanships

1. Noun. (plural of chairmanship) ¹



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Definition of Chairmanships

1. chairmanship [n] - See also: chairmanship

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chairmanships

chairlift
chairlifts
chairlike
chairmaker
chairmakers
chairmaking
chairman
chairman of the board
chairmaned
chairmaning
chairmanlike
chairmanned
chairmanning
chairmans
chairmanship
chairmanships (current term)
chairmat
chairmats
chairmen
chairobics
chairoplane
chairoplanes
chairpeople
chairperson
chairpersons
chairpersonship
chairpersonships
chairs
chairship
chairships

Literary usage of Chairmanships

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1. Diary of Gideon Welles, Secretary of the Navy Under Lincoln and Johnson by Gideon Welles (1911)
"... Boutwell, Grimes, Fessenden, and Other Radicals — Senators Doolittle, Cowan, and Dixon removed from their chairmanships — Senator Trumbull's Character ..."

2. Iowa Journal of History by State Historical Society of Iowa (1919)
"In 1900, thirty-two of the chairmanships in the House went to new members. Of this number, thirty-one were given to members of the faction of forty-three ..."

3. George Bryan and the Constitution of Pennsylvania, 1731-1791 by Burton Alva Konkle (1922)
"Friday, the 5th, did slightly better, namely, two chairmanships were added to his list, one on the minutes of Assembly and one conference with the Council ..."

4. The New England Magazine by Making of America Project (1895)
"... proportion of committee places, and the majority party would claim as its right all the chairmanships and all the ranking places below the chairmanships ..."

5. National Ideals and Problems: Essays for College English by Maurice Garland Fulton (1918)
"The legislator points out that ten southern states are now controlling thirty-one out of sixty chairmanships in the House, that four of these states alone ..."

6. The Minnesota Legislature of 1911 by Lynn Haines (1911)
"chairmanships—This influence brings no small number into the combination. It is a most important factor in the selection of the Speaker, and subsequently if ..."

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