the position, office, or function of a judge
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How to use judgeship in a sentence
Ralston predicted instead a Cabinet post in a Republican administration or a federal judgeship for Sandoval.Could This Be the First Pro-Choice Republican on a National Ticket? | David Freedlander | November 20, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The pathway to a powerful judgeship is more circuitous than to a State House or Congress.
A controversial Obama pick for a federal judgeship got hammered by Senate Democrats in a Judiciary Committee hearing on Tuesday.
At the end of the eighth season, Marshall is offered judgeship and impulsively accepts before talking to Lily.Everything You Need to Know About 'How I Met Your Mother' | Chancellor Agard | March 31, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Robert King: Diane's pursuit of the Supreme Court's judgeship is not gone yet.‘The Good Wife’: Creators Robert and Michelle King on the Season Finale, Alicia and Kalinda, and More | Jace Lacob | April 29, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
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.Elements of Folk Psychology | Wilhelm Wundt
There is now on file at Washington and at Springfield a telegram from Lincoln tendering him a judgeship, which he declined.Abraham Lincoln: Was He A Christian? | John B. Remsburg
How about a Federal judgeship—you can afford to go out of practice.The Memoirs of an American Citizen | Robert Herrick
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