Kingship (noun)

  1. The state or position of being a king.
  2. The qualities or characteristics associated with being a king.


Kingship is derived from the noun king and -ship, meaning the state or condition of being a king.


  1. The kingship was passed down from father to son for generations.
  2. He was not fit for kingship and the kingdom suffered.
  3. The kingship was in crisis as the king was unable to rule effectively.
  4. He was not content with his kingship and often longed for a simpler life.
  5. The kingship of the new king was marked by prosperity and peace.
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