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[mass noun] The state of being someone's father.
- ‘Fathership remained unchanged since there was never any inducement to supply the want of the legitimate father.’
- ‘The notion of God's fathership is also prominent in the Old Testament.’
- ‘The idea of spiritual fathership that these biblical passages suggest became a dominant theme among early Egyptian solitary monks.’
- ‘It is possible that the fathership of the child born to the woman who remarries before the expiration of this waiting period can come into question.’
- ‘He had no legal standing at this hearing, which Crowe pointed out to him, "unless you want to claim fathership of Callan".’
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