Definition of ministership in English:

ministership

Pronunciation /-ˌSHip/

noun

See minister

‘One does not understand why the Congress legislators were keen for ministerships if they could not satisfy the people's aspirations.’
  • ‘Ten per cent of all the ministerships in all the States should be reserved for beggars to improve their standard of living overnight!’
  • ‘So it is not unlikely that, once she consolidates her chief ministership, she is bound to practise her own personalised style of governance, baring her fangs wherever necessary.’
  • ‘They were apparently avenging their leader's defeat in the Assembly election and consequent loss of ministership.’
  • ‘A Congress leader's foul language has come in the way of his rise to ministership.’