Definition of "tribuneship" [trib•une•ship]

  • The office of tribune (noun)
  • The period in which a person serves as tribune (noun)

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Use "tribuneship" in a sentence
  • "In the time of Trajan, it was doubtful whether the tribuneship was an office or a name, (Plin."
  • "NEPOS, QUINTUS CAECILIUS METELLUS brother of Celer and brother-in-law of Pompey, who sends him back from his legateship in the East to stand for the tribuneship and guard his interests in Rome"
  • "Nor does anyone love Caesar himself unless in some way Caesar is a person of great merit; but we love wealth, a tribuneship, a praetorship, a consulship."