13 letter words ending in ship
Associateship (n.) The state of an associate, as in Academy or an office.
Candidateship (n.) Candidacy.
Chieftainship (n.) The rank, dignity, or office of a chieftain.
Churchmanship (n.) The state or quality of being a churchman; attachment to the church.
Coadjutorship (n.) The state or office of a coadjutor; joint assistance.
Colleagueship (n.) Partnership in office.
Collectorship (n.) The office of a collector of customs or of taxes.
Commandership (n.) The office of a commander.
Companionship (n.) Fellowship; association; the act or fact of keeping company with any one.
Confessorship (n.) The act or state of suffering persecution for religious faith.
Constableship (n.) The office or functions of a constable.
Copartnership (n.) The state of being a copartner or of having a joint interest in any matter.
Copartnership (n.) A partnership or firm; as, A. and B. have this day formed a copartnership.
Counselorship (n.) The function and rank or office of a counselor.
Courtesanship (n.) Harlotry.
Craftsmanship (n.) The work of a craftsman.
Custodianship (n.) Office or duty of a custodian.
Disfellowship (v. t.) To exclude from fellowship; to refuse intercourse with, as an associate.
Gentlemanship (n.) The carriage or quality of a gentleman.
Gladiatorship (n.) Conduct, state, or art, of a gladiator.
Inspectorship (n.) The office of an inspector.
Inspectorship (n.) The district embraced by an inspector's jurisdiction.
Librarianship (n.) The office of a librarian.
Moderatorship (n.) The office of a moderator.
Nonmembership (n.) State of not being a member.
Patriarchship (n.) A patriarchate.
Precentorship (n.) The office of a precentor.
Precursorship (n.) The position or condition of a precursor.
Prelatureship (n.) The state or dignity of a prelate; prelacy.
Presbytership (n.) The office or station of a presbyter; presbyterate.
Presidentship (n.) The office and dignity of president; presidency.
Pretendership (n.) The character, right, or claim of a pretender.
Probationship (n.) A state of probation.
Proconsulship (n.) Proconsulate.
Professorship (n.) The office or position of a professor, or public teacher.
Proocutorship (n.) The office of a prolocutor.
Protectorship (n.) The office of a protector or regent; protectorate.
Registrarship (n.) The office of a registrar.
Secretaryship (n.) The office, or the term of office, of a secretary.
Seneschalship (n.) The office, dignity, or jurisdiction of a seneschal.
Spectatorship (n.) The office or quality of a spectator.
Spectatorship (n.) The act of beholding.
Sportsmanship (n.) The practice of sportsmen; skill in field sports.
Statesmanship (n.) The qualifications, duties, or employments of a statesman.
Subdeaconship (n.) The order or office of subdeacon.
Suffraganship (n.) The office of a suffragan.
Surrogateship (n.) The office of a surrogate.
Swordsmanship (n.) The state of being a swordsman; skill in the use of the sword.
About the author
Copyright © 2011 by Mark McCracken, All Rights Reserved.
Author: Mark McCracken is a corporate trainer and author living in Higashi Osaka, Japan. He is the author of thousands of online articles as well as the Business English textbook, "25 Business Skills in English".