/ (vɪˈzɪərɪt, -eɪt) /
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the position, rank, or authority of a vizier
the term of office of a vizier
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How to use vizierate in a sentence
The rents that ought to be paid to the Vizier of the Empire he gave to the Vizierate.
Thus the grand vizierate became a post without power, which, he explained, did not interest him any longer.Under Four Administrations|Oscar S. Straus