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Executive Mansion


  1. the official residence of the governor of a U.S. state.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of Executive Mansion1

An Americanism dating back to 1830–40

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Example Sentences

The Northams presented gifts to the Youngkins — an Executive Mansion challenge coin and a bouquet of flowers.

Lobbyists who hoped to use Jon Sr. as a path to the executive mansion were disappointed.

The two leaders met on the south lawn of the executive mansion, with a color guard, lawmakers and cabinet members looking on.

The same person also dismisses Rogers' claim that her goal was to turn the Executive Mansion into “the people's house.”

Yesterday, the Bushes gave the Obamas the grand tour of the executive mansion.

There seemed no end to a political career begun under such auspices but the executive mansion itself.

Colonel Abercrombie was then telegraphed for, and on the day following reported at the Executive Mansion.

It was soon after arranged that a reception ball should be given him at the Executive Mansion.

One afternoon I escorted my daughter to the executive mansion to deliver my present.

The Executive Mansion is ample for the accommodation of such members of your Cabinet or friends as may accompany you.





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