Examples from the Web for intendant
The more severe government of France assesses upon each generality a certain sum, which the intendant must find as he can.
The vessels bearing the new Governor and Intendant, however, suffered the most hapless violence.Old Quebec|Sir Gilbert Parker and Claude Glennon Bryan
“Then you had better follow him,” rejoined the Intendant, in an angry tone.
"A dealer in Belgian cattle, purveyor to the German intendant," hazarded the prisoner, who had his reply all prepared.Zibeline, Complete|Phillipe de Massa
Edward, much excited by the intelligence, went into the room where he usually sat with the Intendant.
British Dictionary definitions for intendant
Word Origin and History for intendant
"one who has charge of some business," 1650s, from French intendant (16c.), from Latin intendantem, present participle of intendere (see intend).