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ten·ured

 (tĕn′yərd, -yo͝ord′)
adj.
Having tenure: tenured faculty.

tenured

(ˈtɛnjʊəd; ˈtɛnjəd)
adj
(Education) chiefly
a. having tenure of office: a tenured professor.
b. guaranteeing tenure of office: a tenured post.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.tenured - appointed for life and not subject to dismissal except for a grave crime; "an irremovable officer"; "a tenured professor"
irremovable - incapable of being removed or away or dismiss; "irremovable boulders"; "irremovable obstacles"
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