authorship definition

  • noun:
    • The act, fact, or profession of writing.
    • Source or origin, since a book or concept: a poem of disputed authorship.
    • The quality or condition of being an author; the big event or dignity of an author.
    • The source; source; origination; because, the authorship of a book or review, or of an act, or situation.
    • The quality or condition to be an author; function or self-esteem of an author.
    • Source; source; origination.
    • the foundation or reason for whatever is said to have an author; origination; causation: because, the authorship of an invention or of a political action; a novel whoever authorship is as yet not known.
    • The state of being an author; the profession of composing books.
    • the work of creating written works
    • the act of starting a new idea or concept or writing

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