Definition of "premiership" []

  • The office of premier (noun)
  • A championship competition held among a number of sporting clubs (noun)
  • A victory in such a championship (noun)
  • The office of a premier or prime minister. (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016 : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "premiership" in a sentence
  • "Gordon Brown's premiership is dissected, Moyles gets mad and Melvyn Bragg is left puzzled"
  • "Mr. Kan had said repeatedly he has no intention of stepping down, most recently on Friday when he called his premiership in the time of crisis "fateful" and said it was his "utmost desire as a politician to lead Japan's rebuilding and economic recovery.""
  • "Thaksin, a former billionaire tycoon, put in place populist policies during his two-term premiership between 2001 and 2006 that won the hearts of the rural and urban poor and gave them a sense of political entitlement they now miss and want to regain."