Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The office or the term of office of a consul, in either the political or the diplomatic sense of the word: as, the consulship of Cicero. See consul.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The office of a consul; consulate.
- n. The term of office of a consul.
- n. the post of consul
“This exalted idea of the consulship is borrowed from an oration (iii.p. 107) pronounced by Julian in the servile court of Constantius.”
“The story of my consulship is an absolute gift to anyone with the slightest spark of imagination.”
“We, who can recall the consulship of Plancus, and quite respectable, old-fogyfied times, remember amongst other amusements which we had as children the pictures at which we were permitted to look.”
“I seek the consulship, which is immortality—a prize worth fighting for, yes?”
“Yes, but the consulship is a joint office, based on the principle that political power should always be checked.”
“I can see where bribing might be excusable if the consulship was the prize, but quaestor!”
“Consequently your colleague in the consulship is a man of straw.”
“Therefore Publius Apuleius, a tribune of the people, who ever since my consulship has been the witness and partaker of, and my assistant in all my designs and all my dangers could not endure the grief of witnessing my indignation.”
“If I had not shewn some boldness and spirit in opposing his intemperate attack, would not everyone have concluded that the courage I had displayed in my consulship was the result of accident rather than design?”
“Their consulship was a popular one, and inflicted no injustice upon the patricians, though they regarded it with suspicion, for whatever was done to safeguard the liberties of the plebs they looked upon as an infringement of their own powers.”
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