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  • n. Alternative form of sergeancy.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Same as sergeancy.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as sergeantship.


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  • Mal took an honorable discharge, brought Celeste and Stefan to America, returned to his LAPD sergeantcy and divorced Laura.

    The Big Nowhere

  • "It may be worth mentioning," says Roosevelt, "that he kept on saving life after he was given his sergeantcy."

    Theodore Roosevelt and His Times

  • It may be worth mentioning that he kept on saving life after he was given his sergeantcy.

    VI. The New York Police

  • By the police he was earnestly desired as the most dangerous murderer at large in all the north, and the lucky man who captured him, dead or alive, was sure of a sergeantcy.

    The Golden Snare

  • Philip was not thinking of the sergeantcy as he kept steadily along the edge of the Barren.

    The Golden Snare

  • He went into one of the New Mexican troops, and by his high qualities and zealous attention to duty speedily rose to a sergeantcy, and finally won his lieutenancy for gallantry in action.

    II. To Cuba

  • He could just barely read and write, and his aspirations did not rise even so high as to a sergeantcy.

    The Downfall

  • It was indeed Lindsay, my old comrade, promoted to a sergeantcy.

    Wilson's Tales of the Borders and of Scotland, Volume XXII

  • Mal knew: Thad Green offering him a transfer to the Hat Squad when his sergeantcy came through back in ‘41.

    The Big Nowhere

  • Teaching Chief Steckel’s daughter to shoot a .22 and ride a horse earned him a sergeantcy, tours in Bunco, Robbery and the big enchilada — Narcotics.

    The Big Nowhere


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