A bailiwick /ˈbeɪlᵻwɪk/ is usually the area of jurisdiction of a bailiff, and once
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Bailiwick definition, the district within which a bailie or bailiff has jurisdiction. See
Define bailiwick: the office or jurisdiction of a bailiff — bailiwick in a sentence.
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A bailiwick is an area of knowledge in which a person or institution has control or
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bailiwick (plural bailiwicks). The district within which a bailie or bailiff has
jurisdiction. The Bailiwick of Jersey. A person's concern or sphere of operations,
bailiwick (n.) Look up bailiwick at Dictionary.com: "district of a bailiff," early 15c.,
baillifwik, from bailiff (q.v.) + Middle English form of Old English wic "village" (see
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A person's specific area of interest, skill, or authority. See Synonyms at field. 2.
The office or district of a bailiff. [Middle English bailliwik : baillif, bailiff; see bailiff +