Origin of presidential
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Examples from the Web for unpresidential
In contrast, Santorum's milquetoast “disagreement” looks pathetic and unpresidential.“Get Out!” Says Christian-Supremacist Pastor. Does Rick Santorum Agree?
March 20, 2012
Karl Rove blasted it as “unpresidential,” while John Podhoretz called it a “serious unforced error.”Best Political Gaffes of the Week
David A. Graham
August 20, 2011
All of the eight candidates who stood on the stage, sniping at each other and looking unserious and unpresidential.The GOP’s Demolition Derby
August 12, 2011
Word Origin and History for unpresidential
c.1600, "pertaining to a president," from Medieval Latin praesidentialis, from praesidentia "office of a president" (see presidency). Related: Presidentially.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper