Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The office of captain, or of chief commander.
- n. The command of a clan or government of a certain district; chieftainship.
- n. Skill as a captain or leader: as, he displayed good captainship.
- n. Captaincy
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The condition, rank, post, or authority of a captain or chief commander.
- n. Military skill.
- n. the post of captain
- From captain + -ship. (Wiktionary)
“Spock must resign his captainship and gladly accept his subordinate position for reasons that make no logical sense if you examine them for even one instant.”
“Randi had exactly three years to secure her captainship, or you could just tell that Rosh Hashanah dinner 2013 was going to be very tense until we found out that our brood had given birth to five field hockey champions.”
“By my faith, Captain, you should give up both your captainship and your secret service, for you are as easily scared as a wild goose.”
“Arabs, especially Hazramís193, who recommended him to the King; and this King (who was a Kafir) trusted him and advanced him to the captainship of his body guard.”
“Modano, who relinquished his captainship to Brenden Morrow this season, scored from the left circle off a pass from Lindros at 1: 28 of the third period, and Eriksson tied it at 2 when he took Stu Barnes 'pass from behind the net at 1: 56 and flipped it past Theodore.”
“Some great new players and the captainship of Catty lifting the team no end, thank heavens.”
“Between the captainship, Finn, the non-grounding, and the Regina moment, she was more than ready to share a little glee.”
“It would be a triumph of mediocrity over justice if there is a compromise and Ganguly retains his place and the captainship of the Indian cricket team.”
“Give Dravid an extended spell of captainship, put confidence in him and make him the captain of India for a season and see the results.”
“India has lost six of the last eight ODI matches played under his captainship.”
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