lifemanship

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noun life·man·ship \ˈlīf-mən-ˌship\

Definition of lifemanship

  1. :  the skill or practice of achieving superiority or an appearance of superiority over others (as in conversation) by perplexing and demoralizing them

1949

First Known Use of lifemanship

1949


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