coeditorship

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Etymology[edit]

coeditor +‎ -ship or co- +‎ editorship

Noun[edit]

coeditorship (plural coeditorships)

  1. The position or job of being an coeditor.
    • 2009 September 19, Barry Gewen, “Irving Kristol, Godfather of Conservatism, Dies”, in New York Times[1]:
      Mr. Moynihan went on to a celebrated career as a Democratic senator from New York, and Mr. Bell gave up the coeditorship of the magazine in the early ’70s, declaring himself a socialist in economics, a liberal in politics and a conservative in culture.

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