from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The office of an adviser.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun rare The office of an adviser.
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- noun The status or office of an adviser.
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Masanath, and he held her out of my reach till I should consent to countenance his advisership to my father.
So take heed to my father's health and see that his life is prolonged, for with its end shall end thine advisership.
After Seti came to the throne he continued Hotep in the advisership and prepared to reign happily.
With his Ministers he rules, under British advisership, a great, peaceful and pastoral people who already produce a considerable quantity of cotton now being exported to the value of 1500,000 annually.
When Walters returned to Britain at the end of 1980, having negotiated his advisership with conditions favorable by British standards but less favorable than those he had left behind,
Sought to resign his presidency of the council, and keep his advisership to the King; given way to the Consul’s objections and resigned all — then fell out with them about the disposition of the funds, and was now trying to resign from his resignation!
‘Well,’ began Whelpdale, crossing his legs and watching a wreath he had just puffed from the cigar, ‘you know all about my literary advisership.
Dost thou not love me enough to make me secure with the prince, and so, secure in mine advisership to the king? "