Definition of adjutancy in English:

adjutancy

noun

  • See adjutant

    • ‘Due to deficiencies in mathematics, he had to spend an extra year at West Point, but his superb military skills gained him the cadet adjutancy his final year.’
    • ‘Adjutant- John L. Smith of Dallas is promoted to the adjutancy of the brigade.’
    • ‘Failing to get the vacant adjutancy Tolmer decided to migrate to South Australia.’
    • ‘The court clique was mainly based in the general adjutancy which was headed by the Adjutants General von Rauch and von Neumann.’
    • ‘He later transferred to the adjutancy of Virginia's Northern Neck and Eastern Shore with the responsibility of training the Northern District's militiamen.’

Pronunciation:

adjutancy

/ˈadʒʊtənsi/