- a member of a council.
Origin of councilor
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Councilor Carlos Apolinário insists on proposing laws that encourage hate and discrimination.A Brazilian Straight Pride Day?
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"They are no more than yours," sharply interrupted the councilor.Standish of Standish
Jane G. Austin
And the councilor who presents your cause must be a member of your clan, of course.
If things went wrong, a councilor could get his neck on a block for sure.
"No one objects," said Faslar, the ex-king's Prime Minister and councilor.Invaders from the Infinite
John Wood Campbell
To a councilor belonging to the parliament, sire, whose name is Vanel.Louise de la Valliere
Alexandre Dumas, Pere
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Word Origin and History for councilor
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