noun, plural a·gents-gen·er·al.
Origin of agent-general
Examples from the Web for agent-general
At ten the Agent-General, who earns his salary, was shamelessly dozing on the sofa.
By the way, the Voice is coming down on the evening train with my Agent-General.
At this moment the agent-general of the Paris company appears demanding the rents.Beaumarchais and the War of American Independence Vol. 1 of 2|Elizabeth S. Kite
In their rear, carrying the lunch-basket, marched the Agent-General and Holford the hired chauffeur.
The Agent-General went out over the back of the car, crying resolutely: 'Stop the traffic!