- senate, united states,
- senatorial courtesy,
- senatorial district,
- senatus consultum,
- send away
Origin of senatorial
Examples from the Web for senatorial
Republican senatorial candidate Terri Lynn Land is losing in Michigan.The (Sloppy) Swift-Boating of Michigan Democrat Gary Peters|Tim Mak|October 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Insiders suggest it could take up to three fiscal years and a senatorial act to overhaul the current clearance system.
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|DAILY BEAST
She'd place a senatorial hold on a potential cabinet nominee?
On Tuesday, the Republicans suffered resounding defeats in the Presidential and Senatorial arenas.
The whim of the senatorial candidate in choosing him for a companion he did not then try to account for.The Crisis, Complete|Winston Churchill
Upon Csar's return from Rome the young general found Pompey still further alienated from the senatorial party.The Two Great Republics: Rome and the United States|James Hamilton Lewis
He was an opponent of the Albany Regency during his senatorial career.
We couldn't even secure your nomination, much less a senatorial majority for confirmation.Miss Ravenel's conversion from secession to loyalty|J. W. de Forest
The audacity with which he claimed the obedience of these men to the senatorial decree overawed them.The History of Napoleon Buonaparte|John Gibson Lockhart
1740, from French sénatorial or from Latin senatorius "pertaining to a senator" or formed in English from senator + -al (1). Earlier adjectives were senatory (1520s), senatorian (1610). Related: Senatorially.