sinecure [sahy-ni-kyoo r, sin-i-] (previously 11-26-14)
1. an office or position requiring little or no work, especially one yielding profitable returns.
2. an ecclesiastical benefice without cure of souls.
Can be confused
Origin: 1655-65; < Medieval Latin (beneficium) sine cura (benefice) without care; see cure
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