Related formspro·con·su·lar, adjectivepro·con·su·lar·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for proconsular
He went to Africa with proconsular authority, and of course fleeced the Africans.
The year 51-50 Cicero spent, most unwillingly, as proconsular governor in far-off Cilicia.
The Consuls remained at home, and Generals were sent out with proconsular authority.
Finding a suitable building for the Proconsular Palace would present difficulties.A Slave is a Slave|Henry Beam Piper
A legate being appointed by the emperor over the conquered countries, Britain became a proconsular province.Old English Chronicles|Various