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premiership in Government topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpremiershipprem‧i‧er‧ship /ˈpremiəʃɪp $ prɪˈmɪrʃɪp/ noun [countable, uncountable]  PGthe period when someone is Prime Minister
Examples from the Corpus
premiershipLeicester Tigers clinched their third consecutive Premiership title.His entire premiership until now has been devoted to winning the election.Wakefield had too much strength for Premiership side Workington as they scored10 tries on their way to a 56-6 win.There is plenty of lore and legend from Whitehall and Westminster to buttress the case for an imperious premiership.No player did more to adorn the Premiership in its early years.Begin and Bishara, never real contenders for the premiership, withdrew from the electoral race the weekend before the election.It's been a good run and they are still top of the Premiership table but they hardly looked champions today.