Manship

Manship can refer to:


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  • -manship — [mən ship] [< (GAMES)MANSHIP] combining form talent or skill (esp. in gaining advantage) in connection with: used freely in nonce words [grantsmanship, quotesmanship] …   English World dictionary

  • Manship —   [ mænʃɪp], Paul, amerikanischer Bildhauer, * Saint Paul (Minnesota) 25. 12. 1885, ✝ New York 31. 1. 1966; Vertreter des Neoklassizismus; Studienreisen nach Rom und Griechenland. Er schuf neben architekturbezogenen Arbeiten Figuren (Jäger,… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • manship — noun The characteristic of being a man; maleness; masculinity; manliness; manhood. Every man is a man if he chooses to be, and has in himself all that he needs in order to be a man in the full significance of the term; and therefore no one has… …   Wiktionary

  • -manship — noun suffix Etymology: man + ship (as in horsemanship) 1. art or practice of a competitive nature < brinkmanship > 2. skilled engagement in a competitive activity < grantsmanship > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • -manship — a combination of man and ship, used as an independent suffix with the meaning skill in a particular activity, esp. of a competitive nature : brinkmanship; grantsmanship; one upmanship; sometimes compounded with a plural noun by analogy with… …   Universalium

  • -manship — suffix (forming nouns) denoting skill in a subject or activity: marksmanship …   English new terms dictionary

  • -manship — suffix (in uncountable nouns) the art or skill of a particular type of person: seamanship (=sailing skill): statesmanship | horsemanship (=skill at horse riding) …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • -manship — man·ship …   English syllables

  • -manship — cvb aff. a combination of man and ship used with the meaning “skill in a particular activity, esp. of a competitive nature”: brinkmanship; one upmanship[/ex] …   From formal English to slang

  • -manship — suffix forming nouns denoting skill in a subject or activity (craftsmanship; gamesmanship) …   Useful english dictionary

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