How to use termer in a sentence
Usually, for a two-termer, the first term merely sets up conditions for (hoped-for) second-term successes.
I remember well their blood vows to make sure she was a one-termer.
The race pits ten-term incumbent Donald Manzullo against Adam Kinzinger, a first termer elected in the GOP wave of 2010.Romney and Santorum Face Off: 5 Things To Watch For In Illinois | Ben Jacobs | March 19, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Perriello acknowledges those votes could make him a one-termer.
At times tonight, Obama sounded like an embattled second-termer with a 35 percent approval rating.
Let it be the right and duty of every citizen to forcibly remove a third termer.
"I intended to kill Theodore Roosevelt, the third termer," was the answer.
Gentlemen of the jury, the danger of the third termer was less in his probable election than in his sure but close defeat.
In a word, he is the impression of the last term, and will be so until the coming of a new term or termer.Character Writings of the 17th Century | Various
British Dictionary definitions for termer (1 of 2)
a variant spelling of termor
British Dictionary definitions for -termer (2 of 2)
(in combination) a person serving a specified length of time in prison: a short-termer
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