proprietorship[ pruh-prahy-i-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF proprietorship
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROPRIETORSHIP
There is a dispute pending about the proprietorship of the Murray River.
We came back to the Homestead now with a full sense of our proprietorship.
At first the contest concerns the proprietorship of the soil.
She glanced about the room with a growing sense of proprietorship which was pleasant.
“He seemed to have an air of proprietorship,” he said jealously.
I could not help marking a slight air of proprietorship in his manner.
To restore the value of this he must surrender its proprietorship.
He had sold or pledged a considerable share in the proprietorship.
Such was the virtue of the prevalent doctrine of proprietorship.
She would have said that he was new to any business of proprietorship.