Definition of priorship in English:

priorship

noun

  • See prior

    • ‘Under his priorship great care was given to the liturgical chant, to studies in general and the strengthening of the monastic spirit.’
    • ‘Fr John Keating, O.Carm., during his priorship (1976-82), removed the choir stalls from the Oratory and installed the present seating in order to accommodate the growing numbers coming to the Eucharist on Sundays.’

Pronunciation

priorship

/ˈprʌɪəʃɪp/