Shared power and authority vested among colleagues.(noun)
Roman Catholic Church The doctrine that bishops collectively share collegiate power.(noun)
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Use "collegiality" in a sentence
"The level of energy, creativity, and collegiality is amazing."
"But the element that regularly restores a marriage to something with an aspect of romance rather than of collegiality is sex."
"There interactions between the sexes are primarily romantic, not collegial -- and collegiality is crucial to social equality."