Saturday, November 02, 2002
gubernatorial adjective [goo-ber-nuh-TAWR-ee-uhl, -TOHR-, gyoo-] of or relating to a state governor or the office of state governor.
Definitions for gubernatorial
- of or relating to a state governor or the office of state governor.
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Citations for gubernatorial
Or if he had got into the gubernatorial primary on his own hook, he would have taken a realistic view. But this was different. He had been called. He had been touched. He had been summoned. And he was a little bit awe-struck by the fact.
But I determined to make an effort, only hoping so to interest the jury, as to secure a recommendation to gubernatorial clemency and light sentence.
Origin of gubernatorial
Gubernatorial is an Americanism that came to English in the 1700s from the Latin gubernātor meaning "steersman, governor."