Words nearby speaker
Idioms for speaker
OTHER WORDS FROM speakerspeak·er·ship, nounnon·speak·er, noun
Examples from the Web for speakership
After the midterm defeat that year, John Boehner conducted his own reinvention of the Speakership.
But caving in the current standoff could cost Boehner his speakership anyway.
Of course, this risks a rebellion in the far right of his caucus, which would likely cost him the speakership.To Be or Not To Be…A Loser: Boehner’s Hamlet Moment|Joe McLean|October 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
They can go to the mat for him with donors and insiders and pull every string they can to wire a speakership vote.
We are at the point where Boehner should plainly be willing to give up the speakership if it comes to that.
In 1853 he was beaten for the speakership by Dr. David Day, after balloting for twenty-two days.Fifty Years In The Northwest|William Henry Carman Folsom
He resigned the speakership; Franklin was chosen in his place and set the official signature to the document.Benjamin Franklin|John Torrey Morse, Jr.
The statesman opposed to Mr. Frost for the Speakership was a personage named Hawke.The President|Alfred Henry Lewis
But after consideration he assumed the Speakership, and while in the chair discharged his duties with credit.Our First Half-Century|Government of Queensland
In this case his action is not indefensible; for the abolition of the Speakership at Dublin naturally involved some indemnity.William Pitt and the Great War|John Holland Rose