-manship


-manship

noun suffix

Definition of -MANSHIP

1
:  art or practice of a competitive nature <brinkmanship>
2
:  skilled engagement in a competitive activity <grantsmanship>

Origin of -MANSHIP

-man + -ship (as in horsemanship)

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