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authorship

[ aw-ther-ship ]SEE DEFINITION OF authorship

Synonyms for authorship

  • composition
  • creation
  • initiation
  • invention
  • origination
  • writing
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AUTHORSHIP

Although their authorship was not acknowledged, it was strongly suspected.

But there is where affliction overtook me; they debated its authorship.

Now what is that sort of thing but a regular piece of authorship?

Internal evidence seems to leave the question of authorship in doubt.

It was also the period that saw the beginning of his authorship.

He had practically admitted his authorship of the notice in the Winnipeg paper.

Make the application, dear reader, and forgive us for our authorship to order.

They have been professedly undertaken as a matter of authorship.

The authorship guarantees it's authenticity and reliability.

The printed books only clue about authorship is in the Notes.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1500, "the function of being a writer," from author (n.) + -ship. Meaning "literary origin" is attested from 1825.

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nounbeginning; point of supply
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