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Definition of "gladiatorship" [glad•i•a•tor•ship]

  • The conduct, state, or art of a gladiator. (noun)

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Use "gladiatorship" in a sentence
  • "What I say is, he that is emancipated never indulges in that intellectual gladiatorship which is implied by a dialectical disputation for the sake of victory."
  • "They are from the _Athenaeum_ of last week, which, by the way, has more of the intellectual gladiatorship in its columns than any of its critical contemporaries."
  • "La Calprenède, as we have seen, does not give Arminius's wife her usual name of Thusnelda, but, to obviate a complaint from readers who have heard of Varus, he invents a protest on "Herman sla lerman" part against that general, who has trepanned him into captivity and gladiatorship, and makes him warn Augustus that he will be true to the Romans _unless_"