- a member of a council.
Origin of councilor
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Examples from the Web for councillor
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The word Uma means head, and Uillac, a councillor and diviner.Apu Ollantay
But the time has come when Councillor of State Mikulin can no longer be ignored.
As far as I can tell, Councillor Mikulin did not answer that question.
Councillor Mikulin was not only a clever but also a faithful official.
Councillor Mikulin was resourceful, and the task not very difficult.
- a member of a council
Avoid confusion with counsellor
Word Origin and History for councillor
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