Origin of senatorial
Related Words for senatorialparliamentary, congressional, stylistic, legislatorial, nomothetic, parliamentarian, bombastic, declamatory, dramatic, elaborate, eloquent, expressive, fervid, forceful, grandiloquent, histrionic, impassioned, important, imposing, inflated
Examples from the Web for senatorial
Contemporary Examples of senatorial
Republican senatorial candidate Terri Lynn Land is losing in Michigan.The (Sloppy) Swift-Boating of Michigan Democrat Gary Peters
October 13, 2014
Insiders suggest it could take up to three fiscal years and a senatorial act to overhaul the current clearance system.How Did He Get Clearance?
June 13, 2013
McCain and the boys will likely support him quickly and painlessly as a matter of senatorial esprit de corps!Susan Rice Should Not Have Caved in to Senatorial Opposition
Sophia A. Nelson
December 23, 2012
She'd place a senatorial hold on a potential cabinet nominee?A Hold on Rice's Nomination??
November 27, 2012
On Tuesday, the Republicans suffered resounding defeats in the Presidential and Senatorial arenas.Republicans: Check Your Premises
November 9, 2012
Historical Examples of senatorial
A gentleman from Alabama who walked in a presidential, but ran in a senatorial, race.Who Was Who: 5000 B. C. to Date
When the Senatorial party had landed, Steve had been one of the committee of entertainment.The House of Pride
It was not only their senatorial utterances that had weight: their least gesture had it also.Treatises on Friendship and Old Age
Marcus Tullius Cicero
And Juggins went out of that senatorial mansion a sadder and a wiser man.Atchoo!
Wait, however, until the senatorial committee has made its report.Mrs. Darrell