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mastership

[mas-ter-ship, mah-ster-] /ˈmæs tərˌʃɪp, ˈmɑ stər-/
noun
1.
the office, function, or authority of a master.
2.
control; command:
to have mastership over one's desires.
3.
mastery, as of a subject.
4.
expert skill or knowledge:
He played with the mastership of a devoted musician.
Origin
late Middle English
1375-1425
1375-1425; late Middle English; see master, -ship
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  • He moves with ease, sometimes even with mastership, in all the traditional forms of poetry.
  • mastership usually interferes with humanism in such cases.
  • Upon obtaining mastership, it performs its operations.
  • Neither in ancient or modern times has she one monument of this kind, showing mastership.

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