Definition of Demotions

1. Noun. (plural of demotion) ¹



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Definition of Demotions

1. demotion [n] - See also: demotion

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Demotions

demossed
demosses
demossing
demote
demoted
demotee
demotees
demotes
demotic
demotically
demoticist
demoticists
demotics
demoting
demotion
demotions (current term)
demotist
demotists
demotivate
demotivated
demotivates
demotivating
demotivation
demotivational
demotivator
demotivators
demount
demountable
demounted
demounting

Literary usage of Demotions

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1. Class Teaching and Management by William Estabrook Chancellor (1910)
"No doubt, demotions should be rare, for they usually indicate errors in ... Obviously, such promotions and rare demotions as are here proposed will occur ..."

2. Proceedings [of The] ... Annual Meeting by National Civil Service League (1919)
"It might then be given authority to advise and propose action concerning promotions, demotions, and dismissals throughout all departments of the public ..."

3. Postal Salaries: Hearings, Sixty-sixth Congress, First [second] Session by United States, Congress, Joint Commission on Postal Salaries (1920)
"Who keeps these records now from which promotions and demotions are made in St. Louis? Mr. MICHENER. I wouldn't be able to tell you who was ..."

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