- senate, united states,
- senatorial courtesy,
- senatorial district,
- senatus consultum,
Origin of senator
Examples from the Web for senator
Ed Brooke, the first African-American Senator since Reconstruction, embraced fights with the left and right.Ed Brooke: The Senate's Civil Rights Pioneer and Prophet of a Post-Racial America|John Avlon|January 4, 2015|DAILY BEAST
I am reminded of the story of Senator Bernie Sanders (Independent, VT) walking along the shores of Lake Champlain.
The Kentucky senator seems to be making the ‘Seinfeld’ holiday a tradition on Twitter.
The biggest blowback will be against the ‘reforming’ Kentucky senator, because Republicans back cops, period.
Right now, former Virginia Senator James Webb may prove the best vehicle for dino-Democratic ideas.
When a senator assumes to speak for the President, every senator possesses a public right to demand his authority for so doing.Thirty Years' View (Vol. II of 2)|Thomas Hart Benton
Colonel Baker had been senator for Oregon, and was well known as an orator.North America, Volume I (of 2)|Anthony Trollope
I reckon she was feelin' her oats, visitin' at the Senator's house.Partners of Chance|Henry Herbert Knibbs
"I am glad he got it, since it pleases him," said Phil to Roger, and the senator's son nodded in agreement.Dave Porter and His Rivals|Edward Stratemeyer
The Senator swallowed hard and mopped his damp forehead with his handkerchief.Hidden Gold|Wilder Anthony
c.1200, "member of an (ancient) senate," from Old French senator (Modern French sénateur), from Latin senator "member of the senate," from senex "old; old man" (see senate). An Old English word for one was folcwita. As "member of a (modern) governing body" from late 14c.; specifically in U.S. use from 1788. Fem. form senatress attested from 1731. The Senators was the name of the professional baseball team in Washington, D.C., from 1891 to 1971.