Words nearby laureate
Origin of laureate
OTHER WORDS FROM laureatelau·re·ate·ship, noun
Examples from the Web for laureateship
I have a letter, by order of the Prince Regent, offering me the laureateship in the most flattering terms.
His successor in the Laureateship and his son-in-law were the only strangers present in Crosthwaite Churchyard at the funeral.Literary Celebrities of the English Lake-District|Frederick Sessions
Both Rogers and Wilson, it is said, have declined the laureateship.
He was so successful that he declined the Laureateship, and had the felicity to die of gout.Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great - Volume 14|Elbert Hubbard
To avoid returning to the affair of the laureateship, I have placed together such letters concerning it as appeared important.