donship definition

  • noun:
    • The position or role of a don.
    • the high quality or ranking of a don, guy, or knight.
    • The state or position of a don: made use of, after their, his, etc., in an honorary form of address or reference to one entitled to be called don.
    • the career or part of a don.
    • The quality or position of a don, guy, or knight.
    • The state or ranking of a don: used, after your, their, etc., in an honorary kind of target or reference to one eligible to be known as don.
    • The position or role of a don.
    • the standard or rank of a don, guy, or knight.
    • their state or position of a don: made use of, after your, his, etc., in an honorary form of target or mention of the one eligible to be called don.
    • the positioning or role of a don.
    • The quality or position of a don, gentleman, or knight.
    • their state or ranking of a don: made use of, after your, their, etc., in an honorary as a type of target or mention of one eligible for be called don.
    • the positioning or role of a don.
    • the standard or ranking of a don, guy, or knight.
    • The state or position of a don: used, after your, his, etc., in an honorary kind of target or mention of one eligible to be known as don.

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