[chan-suh-ler-ship, -sler-, chahn-]
- the office or rank of chancellor.
- a chancellor's term of office.
Origin of chancellorship
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Examples from the Web for chancellorship
It may be that he is bargaining for the Chancellorship, which he is certainly not fit for.
When Anne became queen in 1702 he was deprived of the chancellorship.
Youve been sent to find out what I thought about the Chancellorship?The Bishop's Apron
W. Somerset Maugham
The place might be Badajoz; or a Chancellorship of something, with a portfolio.It Never Can Happen Again</p>
William De Morgan
Waynflete resigned the Chancellorship just before the battle of Northampton.Oxford and its Story