One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Relating to or characteristic of a senator.‘a US senatorial candidate’‘a man of senatorial rank’
- ‘Disclosures of these senatorial hearings were made public in March 1933.’
- ‘Early exit-polling data indicated that he was leading in the North Carolina senatorial race.’
- ‘After two recounts, he was declared the senatorial winner over the Republican contestant.’
- ‘The literary traditions of the senatorial aristocracy had also survived intact.’
- ‘Voter turnout is strong for his senatorial campaign.’
- ‘Agricola came of a senatorial family in southern Gaul.’
- ‘He brought all of these qualities to that town meeting, an event that in many ways defined his senatorial career.’
- ‘Representing his home state, he subsequently became a dominant figure in senatorial politics.’
- ‘She apparently never talks about politics and has ruled out a senatorial bid, but friends say she is interested in the governorship.’
- ‘His senatorial voting record and his record of writing legislation provides us with enough history for a factual and reasonable assessment.’
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