incumbency definition

  • noun:
    • the product quality or condition of being incumbent.
    • Something incumbent; an obligation.
    • The holding of an office or ecclesiastical benefice.
    • the word of an office or benefice.
    • hawaii to be incumbent.
    • The state to be incumbent; a lying or resting on some thing.
    • what is physically incumbent; whatever lies as an encumbrance; a weight.
    • what is morally incumbent, or is enforced, generally, a duty, obligation, or obligation.
    • The state of holding a benefice; the total control and exercise of every company.
    • hawaii of being incumbent; a lying or resting on anything: because, the incumbency of a weight.
    • what is incumbent; a superincumbent body weight, actual, mental, or ethical; hence, a grave responsibility, obligation, or obligation.
    • The state of being an incumbent or holder of an office; the discharge of official or stated functions of any kind, especially of ecclesiastical functions; specifically, the state of holding or being in possession of a church benefice.
    • a duty which incumbent upon you
    • any office of an incumbent
    • the expression where some place is held

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