Words nearby premier
Origin of premier
OTHER WORDS FROM premierpre·mier·ship, noun
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH premierpremier premiere
Example sentences from the Web for premiership
During her premiership, inflation fell from a high of 27 percent in 1975 to 2.5 percent by 1986.How Margaret Thatcher Won the Arguments That Mattered|David Frum|April 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Netanyahu addressed the summit following one of the most historic days of his premiership.
Shamir was returning to the premiership under a power-sharing agreement with Shimon Peres's Labor Party.
There was hardly a voice that did not lament his elevation to the premiership.
There is a new Battle for Britain and winning it will be one of the greatest challenges of David Cameron's premiership.
For nearly six weeks the premiership was in abeyance, while Liverpool's recovery was treated as a possible event.The Political History of England - Vol XI|George Brodrick
He resigned the premiership in 1905 to Marquess Saionji, but was again invited to form a cabinet in 1908.
There is every sign that his retirement will be followed by the accession to the premiership of Chamberlain.Critical Studies|Ouida
It will contain some letters from Junius, and Mr. Grenville's Diary, particularly during his premiership, from 1763 to 1765.
Nor was he the only Speaker to exchange the Chair for the Premiership.The Mother of Parliaments|Harry Graham
British Dictionary definitions for premiership (1 of 2)
- a championship competition held among a number of sporting clubs
- a victory in such a championship