Magistrates [noun]

Definition of Magistrates:

civil officer

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Sentence/Example of Magistrates:

Vague murmurs of doubt and surprise reached the ears of two of the British magistrates.

On the 25th of November following the magistrates began to sit daily at Petty Sessions.

It had been necessary to trust so many deputies and magistrates that rumours of what had been passing at Loo got abroad.

The magistrates approved the request of the merciful physician, and Felicie was permitted to attend her mistress.

On receiving this ultimatum, the magistrates asked for time to communicate with the Elector and the King of England.

The magistrates presented them with a magnificent service of silver plate.

The Burgomaster gave him the keys of the city; and the Pensionary of Louvain welcomed him on behalf of all the local magistrates.

Of the Htel de Ville, where the Burgomaster and most of the magistrates met their death, nothing remained but the bare walls.

For this purpose a tax was laid, by decree of the Bishop and the civil magistrates, on the people and the clergy.

The magistrates and the laity insisted that the clergy must bear their share of the common burden.