Definition of emperorship in English:

emperorship

noun

See emperor

  • ‘The only check on that power is the spasmodic eruption of pseudo-scandal, a brief orgy of blood-letting as used to occur between emperorships in ancient Rome.’
  • ‘Helping him is Wu Yip, who has designs on the emperorship of China.’
  • ‘In this way, the astronomical clock and the water mill became two different embodiments of the same emperorship in science.’
  • ‘France was in those years ruled by an adventurer who was convinced that he could preserve his emperorship only by fresh military victories.’
  • ‘When he died unexpectedly at age 68, a brutal competition for the emperorship broke out among his sons.’