or vice con·sul
Origin of vice-consul
Related formsvice-con·su·lar, adjectivevice-con·su·late, nounvice-con·sul·ship, noun
Examples from the Web for vice-consul
The next morning Clementina watched for the vice-consul from her balcony.
They allowed for a second cabin-passage, which the vice-consul said was perfectly good on the Genoa steamers.
"I can put my artillery on Ghent," said the German officer to the American vice-consul.Golden Lads|Arthur Gleason and Helen Hayes Gleason
The vice-consul was of a tradition almost as simple, and his longer experience set no very wide interval between them.
A British consular agent is resident and the Italians maintain a vice-consul.