Definition of vicarship in English:

vicarship

noun

  • See vicar

    • ‘During the vicarship of Fr. Vincent Das Navis, in 1910, foundation stone for the present new church was laid.’
    • ‘He served parochial vicarships in Greensburg, New Kensington and Indiana, before being named pastor of Seven Dolors Parish in Yukon and administrator of St. Timothy.’
    • ‘We have shown that the Norris family had held vicarships in Gloucestershire’
    • ‘Where people today would seek government posts or fame in the entertainment world to ‘get ahead,’ back then folks sought vicarships, bishopries, etc.’
    • ‘The vicarship was absolved, and the areas outside of Transylvania were again united with the main church.’

Pronunciation

vicarship

/ˈvɪkəʃɪp/