judgeship

/ (ˈdʒʌdʒˌʃɪp) /


noun
  1. the position, office, or function of a judge

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How to use judgeship in a sentence

  • As likely as not in Patagonia, having been forced to accept a judgeship in that new colony for the sake of bread.

    Orley Farm | Anthony Trollope
  • In closest connection with this separation of realms in the underworld, is the introduction of judgeship.

  • There is now on file at Washington and at Springfield a telegram from Lincoln tendering him a judgeship, which he declined.

  • How about a Federal judgeship—you can afford to go out of practice.

  • In the meantime I feel that it will be good for his judgeship for me to let him "draw" me at least a little way.

    The Melting of Molly | Maria Thompson Daviess