[ US /ˌsɛnəˈtɔɹiəɫ/ ]
[ UK /sˌɛnətˈɔːɹɪəl/ ]
  1. of or relating to senators
    senatorial election
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How To Use senatorial In A Sentence

  • He also placed them under equestrian prefects instead of the traditional senatorial legates and placed a Christian symbol on their standards.
  • Representing his home state, he subsequently became a dominant figure in senatorial politics.
  • dare i wonder what the fuss would be about if the short term senatorial nominations were made by republican governors? Russ Feingold's proposed constitutional amendment.
  • The Herald article quotes McGavick attacking his party organization for publicizing Stefan's work on Dotzauer's divorce: "I immediately had our campaign call the senatorial committee and tell them to knock it off, and I've already received an apology from them," he said. Sound Politics: Cantwell divorce file resealed by court, yet to be explored by mainstream press
  • Voter turnout is strong for his senatorial campaign.
  • The Republican sweep in the senatorial and congressional contests.
  • I don't think his task is any of those things, including "titanic" -- it'll just be the sound of an error being erased, and the winners will write his brief, four year history, and his even briefer Senatorial history as just what it is: A study in futility, where minorities and guilty White-women experimented with the economy, well-being, and future of America so they could feel a burst of liberal-orgasm... Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion
  • Originally, the equestrians were a burgess cavalry; but gradually all who possessed estates of four hundred thousand sesterces were liable to cavalry service, and became enrolled in the order, which thus comprehended the whole senatorial and non-senatorial noble society of Rome. Ancient States and Empires
  • The officers were drawn from citizens who were enrolled as patricians of senatorial rank or equestrians, also known as knights.
  • Early exit-polling data indicated that he was leading in the North Carolina senatorial race.
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