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What is another word for professorship?

40 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[p_ɹ_ə_f_ˈɛ_s_ə_ʃ_ˌɪ_p], [pɹəfˈɛsəʃˌɪp], [pɹəfˈɛsəʃˌɪp]
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Synonyms for Professorship:

professorship (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Professorship:

  • propietorship,
  • prefersappy.

Quotes for Professorship:

  1. The war project at Stanford was essentially completed, and I accepted an offer of an Assistant Professorship at the University of Minnesota, which had a good biochemistry department. Paul D. Boyer.
  2. You have stripped from me the rank and privileges of the professorship and the doctoral degree which I earned, and you have set me at the level of the lowest criminal. Kurt Huber.
  3. A suggestion had been made to me looking toward a professorship in some Western college, but after due consideration, I declined to consider the matter. Simon Newcomb.

Adjectives for Professorship:

  • clinical full,
  • associate or full,
  • new theological,
  • veterinary,
  • prestigious,
  • sizable,
  • biological,
  • poor little,
  • oriental,
  • musical,
  • brown,
  • important and influential,
  • dreary old,
  • well-endowed,
  • purely literary,
  • nice quiet,
  • well-paid,
  • philological,
  • gaelic,
  • statistical,
  • lucrative,
  • cosy,
  • full-fledged,
  • biblical,
  • surgical,
  • pastoral,
  • laborious,
  • more important,
  • influential,
  • swiss,
  • corresponding,
  • scientific,
  • literary,
  • temporary,
  • active,
  • minor,
  • larger,
  • quiet,
  • personal,
  • actual,
  • special,
  • past,
  • high,
  • certain,
  • long,
  • purely anatomical,
  • european medical,
  • safe and comfortable,
  • bengali,
  • reputable,
  • associate,
  • senior,
  • historical,
  • safe,
  • comfortable,
  • fourth,
  • wretched,
  • honorary,
  • armenian,
  • geological,
  • eventual,
  • hereditary,
  • classical,
  • provincial,
  • oldest,
  • former,
  • french,
  • whole,
  • anatomical,
  • chemical,
  • joint,
  • highest,
  • similar,
  • single,
  • permanent,
  • petty,
  • first-class,
  • independent,
  • regular,
  • german,
  • extraordinary,
  • important,
  • present,
  • ordinary,
  • catechetical,
  • mathematical,
  • medical,
  • botanical,
  • vacant,
  • theological,
  • full.
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