[ US /ˈtɛnjɝd/ ]
[ UK /tˈɛnjəd/ ]
  1. appointed for life and not subject to dismissal except for a grave crime
    an irremovable officer
    a tenured professor
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How To Use tenured In A Sentence

  • Everyone knows that tenured professors hold a lot more job security than untenured ones.
  • He gave up a tenured professorship in the animal science department.
  • At 35, Professor Woodstock was tenured and promoted to the rank of associate professor at a large research university.
  • This blogger claims to be an untenured professor at a school that likes to think of itself as a top ten law school.
  • Well, I am a biblical scholar - complete with tenured academic post - and I think your analysis is convincing.
  • That not-unique pattern points to the inadequacy of much current nomenclature about part-time or adjunct faculty versus tenured professors.
  • Thus, the reappointment contract provides nontenured faculty with no expectation of continued service after the annual contract's expiration.
  • It is taking a toll has taken a toll in health and joy of living - in both junior untenured faculty members and senior Full Professors.
  • Seems that despite the popular propaganda perpetuated by the corporate media that the academy is a bastion for 'tenured radicals' is nowhere near the reality. La Profesora Abstraida
  • She was the first woman to be granted a full tenured professorship in a clinical department at the medical school.
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