proconsulate

or pro·con·sul·ship

[proh-kon-suh-lit]
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noun History/Historical.

the office or term of office of a proconsul.

Nearby words

  1. proclus,
  2. procne,
  3. procoagulant,
  4. procollagen,
  5. proconsul,
  6. proconvertin,
  7. procopius,
  8. procrastinate,
  9. procrastination,
  10. procrastination is the thief of time

Origin of proconsulate

From the Latin word prōconsulātus, dating back to 1650–60. See proconsul, -ate3

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