one of a fixed number of districts into which a state of the U.S. is divided, each electing one member to the state senate.
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How to use senatorial district in a sentence
The poor man in the rich senatorial district possessed as much political power as his wealthy neighbor.The Works of Daniel Webster, Volume 1 | Daniel Webster
He was elected by his people from his senatorial district to the legislature.
Senator Hamblin, the Boss of his senatorial district, had his trusted aids in every town.
The county and senatorial district in which Cleverdale is situated is governed by the method first described.
The day of the Convention was only twenty-four hours distant, and of course there was some excitement in the senatorial district.