noun, plural vis·count·ies.
- viscosity index,
- viscount melville sound,
- viscous flow,
Origin of viscounty
Examples from the Web for viscounty
She put that point about the viscounty, which puzzled her, first of all.
Corneille was the son of Pierre Corneille, master of forests and waters in the viscounty of Rouen.Paris: With Pen and Pencil|David W. Bartlett
Sir Henry had petitioned ineffectually for the revival of the viscounty at an earlier date.Francis Beaumont: Dramatist|Charles Mills Gayley
The viscounty would be more convenient if a match came about between him and the girl.
He was succeeded in the peerage by his nephew, who, however, inherits only the viscounty.