Derived forms of convenerconvenership or convenorship, noun
Words nearby convener
How to use convener in a sentence
Petersen was a convener of people, known on multiple continents as a careful thinker, dynamic speaker, and dapper dresser.
He repeated the passage, halting at the speech of the convener of the trades, but was evidently vexed at the temporary breakdown.Hugh Miller|William Keith Leask
"Certainly there was no time lost in this case," replied the Convener.
The Alatunja is hereditary Convener of Council, and if an able man has considerable power.Magic and Religion|Andrew Lang
He managed not only to become convener of the committee, but succeeded in getting men chiefly of his own opinion placed on it.Charlie to the Rescue|R.M. Ballantyne
The Convener was a bit of a heretic himself and, consequently, carried a tender heart toward them.