Origin of chancellorship
OTHER WORDS FROM chancellorshipun·der·chan·cel·lor·ship, noun
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How to use chancellorship in a sentence
During his chancellorship, Carranza did not hesitate to publicly comment on controversial subjects.New York City schools chancellor to step down amid clashes with mayor|Valerie Strauss|February 26, 2021|Washington Post
In an apparent sign of her backing, Merkel said that he had “the tools” for chancellorship in August.Angela Merkel's CDU Party Is Choosing a New Leader. Whoever Wins Might Become Germany's Next Chancellor|Madeline Roache|January 14, 2021|Time
On the accession of the Canning ministry in 1827 he resigned the chancellorship, and never again held office.
A year later, however, he resumed the chancellorship under Liverpool, and held it without break for twenty years.
Fitz-Stephen is most full and particular on the chancellorship of Becket.Life of Thomas Becket|Henry Hart Milman
It was during his Vice-Chancellorship that he preached the sermon that gave rise to the controversy with the latter.Bygone Beliefs|H. Stanley Redgrove
While the former was shedding tears for his dismissal, the latter was intoxicated with joy by his elevation to the Chancellorship.