Delegate [noun]

Definition of Delegate:

representative, often governmental

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Sentence/Example of Delegate:

A local bill to overhaul disciplinary practices has been shelved as delegates in Annapolis debate broader changes statewide.

One delegate said that he found fully one third of the men in his wards professing Christians.

A delegate of the Christian Commission sat down to write a letter for him to his wife, to be sent by a flag of truce.

The Tallest Delegate was called smartly to order; he rebelled, but when threatened with the sergeant-at-arms subsided amid jeers.

The delegate from Marion, like the mysterious person from Pulaski, was a stranger to state conventions.

The next morning the ejected delegate sailed for London, but soon went to Paris where he helped to form radical groups.

Also to delegate by commission petty councils of merchants in the most considerable ports of the kingdom for the same purpose.

I went to the convention as a delegate and worked hard for Judge Greenlee until he was nominated, and elected.

These parents will delegate one man and one woman to make a thorough study of the sex education of the young.

A rural district council may delegate their entire powers in any parish to a parochial committee.