Origin of vice-chancellor
OTHER WORDS FROM vice-chancellorvice-chan·cel·lor·ship, noun
How to use vice-chancellor in a sentence
She went on to become vice chancellor of the University of Cape Town and one of four managing directors of the World Bank.
Larson does not explain that the Vice-Chancellor was spared in order to inculcate uncertainty.
Perhaps the most intriguing question left unanswered is why, after so much bloodletting, Hitler spared Vice-Chancellor von Papen.
This is still the attitude of one who receives a degree at Cambridge from the Vice-chancellor.Chaucer's Works, Volume 1 (of 7) -- Romaunt of the Rose; Minor Poems|Geoffrey Chaucer
It was suppressed by royal proclamation in 1610 and all copies were ordered to be brought to the Chancellor or Vice-Chancellor.A History of the Cambridge University Press|S. C. Roberts
It would need awesome circumstances indeed to send a modern Vice-Chancellor through the night to inquire of an astrologer.The Age of Erasmus|P. S. Allen
White, a generous man, gave the Vice-Chancellor ‘seven pounds of double-refined white sugar.’Oxford|Andrew Lang
The noise of the affair reached as far as the ears of the King himself, and rattling letters were sent to the Vice-Chancellor.Rowlandson's Oxford|A. Hamilton Gibbs