noun, plural vice-chair·men.
Origin of vice-chairman
Examples from the Web for vice-chairman
Most immediately, he has to select a new chairman and vice-chairman of the joint chiefs, as well as a chief of naval operations.
Colonel Roosevelt promptly put Sullivan's name in nomination for vice-chairman.The Story of The American Legion|George Seay Wheat
The Vice-Chairman was always there, and Mr. Marthorne was always there.Hodge and His Masters|Richard Jefferies
In April, 1892, having previously filled the office of vice-chairman, he was made chairman of the Board of Management.Norfolk Annals|Charles Mackie
The chairman is generally the most distinguished, and the vice-chairman the most active man in the Union.
Mr. Robert Lovat Fraser, Vice-chairman, replied to the toast.The Clan Fraser in Canada|Alexander Fraser