Origin of consul
words often confused with consul
OTHER WORDS FROM consulcon·su·lar, adjectivecon·sul·ship, nounsub·con·sul, nounsub·con·sul·ship, noun
How to use consul in a sentence
Cicero during his consulship speaks of one at Rome, and there were others before his time at Capua and Praeneste.
The quaestorship might be spent in one, the praetorship and the consulship were sure to be followed by a year abroad.
The victories of Marius over the Teutones and Cimbrians had been followed by his sixth election to the consulship.
The election of Marius to the consulship marks the beginning of the last age of the Roman republic.
It was while he was serving under Metellus in Africa that Marius became a candidate for the consulship.