Definition of "rectorship" [rec•tor•ship]

  • Government; guidance. (noun)
  • The office or rank of a rector; rectorate. (noun)

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Use "rectorship" in a sentence
  • "A unique thing about his rectorship was his willingness to take the blame upon himself when something went wrong."
  • "Yes, Heidegger was a member o the Nazi party during his rectorship 1933-1934 and onward, till the end of the war."
  • "It is now clear that Heidegger had voiced support for the Nazis at least since the end of 1931; that he campaigned actively for the rectorship; that, once appointed, he threw all his energies into “revolutionizing” the university and gave propaganda lectures across Germany, ending them with the standard “Heil Hitler!”"