What is another word for authorship?

693 synonyms found


[ ˈɔːθəʃˌɪp], [ ˈɔːθəʃˌɪp], [ ˈɔː_θ_ə_ʃ_ˌɪ_p]

Authorship refers to the act of writing, creating or producing something original. There are several synonyms for this word. One such synonym is "composition," which refers more specifically to the written or musical work that is created. Another synonym is "creation," which can encompass a wider range of artistic productions. "Authoring" is a term that is often used in the context of software development and refers to the creation of a code or program. "Origination" is another synonym which can be applied to any original idea or creation. Regardless of the specific synonym used, the essence of authorship remains the same; the ability to create something new and unique.

Related words: the authorship program, authorship association, who is the authorship assistant, who is the author of the article, copyright authorship

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    Usage examples for Authorship

    The authorship guarantees it's authenticity and reliability.
    "Leo the Circus Boy"
    Ralph Bonehill
    Further evidence seeming unnecessary, the real authorship of the 'Scenes' was now revealed in an Isle of Man paper.
    "George Eliot"
    Mathilde Blind
    He never ceased having discussions with himself over the wording or authorship of the famous lines attributed to "Little Robert Reed," as in the following: Lo and behold!
    "Eugene Field, A Study In Heredity And Contradictions"
    Slason Thompson

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