[ dol-er-uh yeer ]
/ ˈdɒl ərˈəyɪər /
of or being an official or employee, especially a federal appointee, who receives a token annual salary, usually of one dollar: a dollar-a-year man.
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Origin of dollar-a-year
An Americanism dating back to 1915–20
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