from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as seniority.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun obsolete Seniority.

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  • noun obsolete seniority


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  • Instead of completing their stipulated number of tenantry, the same persons often were admitted as tenants to different undertakers, and in the same seniory sometimes served at once as freeholder, leaseholder, and copyholder, so as to fill up the necessary number of each denomination.

    The Story of Ireland Emily Lawless 1879

  • Captain of the People; divided themselves into twenty companies, each, in its own district of the city, having its captain [1] and standard; and elected a council of twelve ancients, constituting a seniory or signoria, to deliberate on and direct public affairs.

    Val d'Arno John Ruskin 1859

  • "Wishy-washy," according to a very seniory super-inside long-time party whatever. 2010


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