Governor [noun]

Definition of Governor:

person administrating government

Synonyms of Governor:

Opposite/Antonyms of Governor:

Sentence/Example of Governor:

Republicans are serving today as the governors of Massachusetts, Maryland, and Vermont while Democrats govern Kansas, Louisiana, and Kentucky.

A reporter asked whether the governor would consider special exceptions like San Diego’s seeking.

So, when the governor calls in the National Guard, it means that the state pays for the soldiers and the use of the equipment.

Since then, though, Biden has been clearer that this would be something he would press governors to implement.

Stephanopoulos noted Biden called on governors to implement the mandate.

Biden did, as Stephanopoulos noted, call on governors to implement mask mandates a month ago.

Caroline and I had pulled together a list of many of the steps to slow down the virus in a road map we addressed to the nation’s governors back in April.

He had been the Democratic nominee for governor in 2014 before joining with Walker, an independent, to defeat Republican incumbent Sean Parnell.

When I say that leaders I mean the mayor, the city council, the governor, the legislator, the Congress, the president, President Xi, President Putin, Prime Minister Modi, the whole crowd.

Even if the state bill is signed by the governor, it wouldn’t go into effect until January 2021, leaving laid-off workers stuck for months.