Definition of Legislatorship

1. Noun. The office of legislator.

Generic synonyms: Berth, Billet, Office, Place, Position, Post, Situation, Spot
Derivative terms: Legislator



Definition of Legislatorship

1. n. The office of a legislator.

Definition of Legislatorship

1. Noun. The office or position of a legislator. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Legislatorship

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Legislatorship

legislations
legislative
legislative act
legislative bodies
legislative body
legislative branch
legislative building
legislative buildings
legislative council
legislatively
legislatives
legislator
legislatorial
legislators
legislatorship (current term)
legislatorships
legislatour
legislatress
legislatresses
legislatrix
legislature
legislatures
legist
legists
legit
legitim
legitimacies
legitimacy
legitimate

Literary usage of Legislatorship

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1. A Dictionary of the English Language by Samuel Johnson, John Walker, Robert S. Jameson (1828)
"legislatorship,(le-jis-la'-tur-ship) ns Power or office of making laws. LEGISLATURE, (le-jis-late-yur; n.ยป. The power that makes laws. ..."

2. The Life and Letters of Sir George Savile, Bart., First Marquis of Halifax &c by Helen Charlotte Foxcroft (1898)
"With all this, there ought to be a difference made between coming out of pupilage and leaping into legislatorship. The law must make general rules, ..."

3. Political Pamphlets by Albert Frederick Pollard (1897)
"... between coming out of pupilage, and leaping into legislatorship. It is perhaps inconvenient enough that a man should be so soon let loose to destroy his ..."

4. Literary Pamphlets Chiefly Relating to Poetry from Sidney to Byron by Ernest Rhys (1897)
"With all this, there ought to be a difference made between coming out of pupilage, and leaping into legislatorship. It is perhaps inconvenient enough that a ..."

5. The Poems of George Huddesford, M.A., Late Fellow of New College, Oxford by George Huddesford (1801)
"His conduct, while he was here, was equally unprincipled, if not as atrocious, as it has been since his elevation to the legislatorship. ..."

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