Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The state of being a colleague.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun Partnership in office.

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  • noun The state of being a colleague

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Examples

  • Jina and I had the kind of friendship/colleagueship where we'd see each other in the elevators and shout, "OMG, I need to see you more often!"

    Michael Melcher: Networking Story #2: Vague Discomfort Can Lead to Great Triumph

  • Teachers need opportunities for intellectual growth and colleagueship.

    Ravitch answers Gates

  • Finally, are new forms of colleagueship and scholarship emerging in the blogosphere?

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Finally, are new forms of colleagueship and scholarship emerging in the blogosphere?

    Happy Women's History Month! A Celebration, A Challenge and a Call

  • It seems to me that the fact of the friendship or colleagueship or what-have-you is relevant to the recommendation in pretty much every case.

    One year on

  • Finally, are new forms of colleagueship and scholarship emerging in the blogosphere?

    Women’s History Month Blogfest: Book Discussion of Judith Bennett’s History Matters « Knitting Clio

  • My last comment is that search chairs need to remember that they are advertising for candidates, and you are not advertising yourself: your institutional and departmental web page, and the reputations of your colleagues are the primary advertisement for your institution, and it is inappropriate to include sentences that characterize values -- even good ones, such as the importance of colleagueship -- as criteria a candidate must speak to in a two page letter.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • The President, in the end, decided that the one who had the best chance of demonstrating the qualities of colleagueship and consensus building on the Supreme Court at this point would be Judge Breyer.

    Cutler And Klein Briefing On Supreme Court Nomination

  • And it was a matter of weighing those qualities and Judge Breyer's own political experience, his sense of colleagueship, his ability to form consensuses both on the Court of Appeals, of which he is now the chief judge, and on the Sentencing Commission where he was a leader in formulating most of the compromises that were reached by the Commission.

    Cutler And Klein Briefing On Supreme Court Nomination

  • He was looking at the figure on the bed, the great chest heaving with the laboured but regular breath, and living again the years of colleagueship and conflict.

    The Path of the King

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