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Noun proconsulship has 1 sense
  1. proconsulship, proconsulate - the position of proconsul
    --1 is a kind of position, post, berth, office, spot, billet, place, situation

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A proconsulship refers to the position or term of office of a proconsul, which is a governor or military commander appointed to serve in a province or territory.

Sample sentences:

  • During his proconsulship, Marcus effectively governed the province, ensuring peace and prosperity.
  • The proconsulship of Julius brought stability to the region, as he skillfully managed the military and administrative affairs.
  • Aspiring politicians often sought a proconsulship as it provided an opportunity to gain experience in governing.

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