Etymology
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preceptorship (n.)

"office or position of a preceptor," 1764, from preceptor + -ship.

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musicianship (n.)

"skill in musical composition or expression," 1828, from musician + -ship.

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showmanship (n.)
1859, from showman "one who presents shows" + -ship.
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censorship (n.)
1590s, "office of a censor," from censor (n.) + -ship. Meaning "action of censoring" is from 1824.
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workmanship (n.)
early 14c., "performance of labor," from workman + -ship. Meaning "skill as a workman" is from 1520s.
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sportsmanship (n.)
"conduct worthy of a sportsman," 1745, from sportsman + -ship.
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mayorship (n.)

"the office or dignity of a mayor," late 15c., from mayor + -ship.

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seamanship (n.)

"acquaintance with the skill of a good seaman," 1766, from seaman + -ship.

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horsemanship (n.)
"equestrian skill, management of horses," 1560s, from horseman + -ship.
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mothership (n.)

"motherhood, conduct befitting a mother," mid-15c., from mother (n.1) + -ship.

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