Examples from the Web for directorship
Or, if you wish good business connection, a directorship of the East India Company?
General Henderson still held his directorship of military aviation.The War in the Air; Vol. 1|Walter Raleigh.
Through the influence of his friend Dorn, he secured a directorship at Riga, Minna also being engaged at the theater.The World's Great Men of Music|Harriette Brower
The bishop replied by a threat to depose M. Kerckhoffs from the directorship, which of course he could not make good.International Language|Walter J. Clark
During the three years' directorship of the choir, I had gathered the young people together and the music was of a high order.Sixty Years of California Song|Margaret Blake-Alverson
British Dictionary definitions for directorship
Word Origin and History for directorship
late 15c., "a guide," from Anglo-French directour, French directeur, agent noun from Latin dirigere (see direct (v.)). Corporate sense is from 1630s; theatrical sense from 1911.