followership

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noun fol·low·er·ship \ˈfä-lə-wər-ˌship\

Definition of followership

  1. 1 :  following

  2. 2 :  the capacity or willingness to follow a leader

Examples of followership in a sentence

  1. <the televangelist has a substantial followership in the rural South>

1913

First Known Use of followership

1913


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