secretaryship

noun
the position of secretary
Derivationally related forms: ↑secretary
Hypernyms:
position, ↑post, ↑berth, ↑office, ↑spot, ↑billet, ↑place, ↑situation
Hyponyms:
Attorney General, ↑Attorney General of the United States, ↑Secretary of Agriculture, ↑Agriculture Secretary, ↑Secretary of Commerce, ↑Commerce Secretary, ↑Secretary of Defense, ↑Defense Secretary, ↑Secretary of Education, ↑Education Secretary, ↑Secretary of Energy, ↑Energy Secretary, ↑Secretary of Health and Human Services, ↑Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, ↑Secretary of Labor, ↑Labor Secretary, ↑Secretary of State, ↑Secretary of the Interior, ↑Interior Secretary, ↑Secretary of the Treasury, ↑Treasury Secretary, ↑Secretary of Transportation, ↑Transportation Secretary, ↑Secretary of Veterans Affairs, ↑Secretary of War, ↑War Secretary, ↑Secretary of the Navy, ↑Navy Secretary, ↑Secretary of Commerce and Labor, ↑Secretary of Health Education and Welfare

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