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Origin of incumbent
OTHER WORDS FROM incumbentin·cum·bent·ly, adverban·ti-in·cum·bent, adjective, nounnon·in·cum·bent, noun, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for non-incumbent
The asset is a reputation for administrative competence unmatched by any non-incumbent presidential candidate since .
British Dictionary definitions for non-incumbent
Derived forms of incumbentincumbently, adverb
Word Origin for incumbent
Cultural definitions for non-incumbent
One who holds a public office. By virtue of their experience in office, their exposure to the public, and their ability to raise campaign funds, incumbents usually have a significant advantage over opponents if they choose to run for reelection.