editorship

[ US /ˈɛdətɝˌʃɪp/ ]
[ UK /ˈɛdɪtəʃˌɪp/ ]
NOUN
  1. the position of editor
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How To Use editorship In A Sentence

  • He assumed he was next in line for the editorship . He got a real slap in the face when they appointed an outsider.
  • He assumed he was next in line for the editorship . He got a real slap in the face when they appointed an outsider.
  • Philosophy can bake no bread, but it can give us God, freedom, and immortality" read the motto -- from Novalis -- on the cover of the _Journal of Speculative Philosophy_, published at Concord in those years, under the editorship of Mr. William T. Harris; but bread must be baked, for even philosophers must eat, and an occasional impatience of the merely ideal may be forgiven in the overworked practician. Four Americans Roosevelt, Hawthorne, Emerson, Whitman
  • Before his accession it had had not the slightest importance; for the period of his editorship it is doubtful if any review published in English exercised so great an influence, and certainly none ever obtained so large a circulation. The Life and Letters of Walter H Page
  • Notwithstanding such an editorship must have resembled the perplexity of Sinbad in the Valley of Diamonds, Mr. Hood's volume is almost unexceptionably good, whatever he may have rejected; and one of the best, if not _the best_, article in the whole work, has been contributed by the editor himself. The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 12, No. 340, Supplementary Number (1828)
  • I can't finish without a public ‘thank you’ to Jim for all his efforts at the time of my retirement: editorship of Archaeology of Eastern North America, my own Festschrift.
  • In my editorship, I intend to remedy this situation by using a brief report format for a somewhat different goal: rapid editorial decision and publication.
  • My editorship came to a rather abrupt end after President John F. Kennedy purged the U.S. Civil War Commission's members and staff.
  • Under his editorship, the Economist has introduced regular sports coverage.
  • Under his editorship, the Economist has introduced regular sports coverage.
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