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adjutancy

[ aj-uh-tuhn-see ]
/ ˈædʒ ə tən si /
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noun, plural ad·ju·tan·cies.
the office or rank of an adjutant: His adjutancy allows him certain privileges.
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Origin of adjutancy

First recorded in 1765–75; adjut(ant) + -ancy
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