licentiate licentiate


  • (n) holds a license (degree) from a (European) university


  1. With a year and a half off to become a licentiate in canon law, he stayed on in Africa for twelve years.
  2. William Miller, Baptist licentiate, began to preach in 1831 of the Second Advent of The Christ.
  3. Three years later, his first philosophical book, The Religious Philosophy of Kant, was published, while he was working for his licentiate in theology.
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affectation affectation
/ˌæ fɛk ˈteɪ ʃən /