Related formspro·con·su·lar, adjectivepro·con·su·lar·ly, adverb
Definition for proconsul (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for proconsul
Government authority then rested with the Coalition Provisional Authority proconsul L. Paul Bremer.
The Proconsul half arose in his seat by way of protestation, as if he would forbid.Saronia|Richard Short
At one end of this large hall was a broad alcove, raised a single step, and here was laid the dinner for the proconsul.A Friend of Caesar|William Stearns Davis
At the expiration of his year of office, the Consul was sent to govern a province for one year, and was then called the Proconsul.History of Rome from the Earliest times down to 476 AD|Robert F. Pennell