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Definition of "executorship" [ex•ec•u•tor•ship]

  • The office or position of an executor (noun)

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Use "executorship" in a sentence
  • "Uncommon events, the executorship to his father's Will, the arrangements for his sisters, together with hard travelling has brought him to this."
  • "Jackson's family has applied to have the formal hearing on the executorship delayed."
  • "We talked a lot about the importance of not only talking to archivists and librarians about what to do with your materials while still alive, but the importance of estate planning and literary executorship as well."