from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Viceroyalty.
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- n. The office or term of a viceroy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Viceroyalty.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The dignity, office, or jurisdiction of a viceroy; viceroyalty.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the position of viceroy
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The viceroyship is the highest appointive office in the world.
Council of State, under the short viceroyship of Elliot, influenced, for his own ends or from jealousy, the English in Corsica against Paoli.
He shall be granted one tenth of all gold, pearls, precious stones, spices, or other merchandise found or bought or exchanged within his admiralty and viceroyship, and this tithe is likewise to be taken by his heirs from generation to generation.
Better for him had he never insisted upon viceroyship!
The Emperor Taoukwang rewarded him with the important viceroyship of the Two Kiang, the seat of which administration is at
On the return of Li Hung Chang to Pekin, he not only failed to recover the viceroyship of Chihli, but he found his relations with the
Calcutta, capital of British India, 205-219; viceroyship of Lord Curzon, 217, 218;
Sea, without bargaining for the viceroyship of the countries he discovered, or for a tenth of all their resources and trade.
The child was entitled to the viceroyship of Transylvania, while all the rest of
Nile, and assume the viceroyship of the interior kingdoms of Africa, or, at least, the great realm of Monomotapa.
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