spectator + -ship
spectatorship (countable and uncountable, plural spectatorships)
- The state or quality of being a spectator
- 1937, Dixon Wecter, The Saga of American Society
- His sporting enthusiasms had already embraced yachting, coaching, fencing, and spectatorship at boxing-matches, cock-fights, dog-fights, and rat-baitings.
1988 March 11, Jonathan Rosenbaum, “Paranoid Illusions”, in Chicago Reader:
- Once again, spectacle and spectator become confused, although here spectatorship becomes anything but passive […] .
state or quality of being a spectator
- Finnish: katsojuus
- Russian: please add this translation if you can