Delegate

Antonyms of DELEGATE

Examples of usage:

  1. My letters informed me that the abbot's resignation had already been accepted, and Dom Hilary Willson installed in office by the delegate of the English Abbot- president, with the good will of all concerned, and the special blessing of Pope Pius X., conveyed in a telegram from Cardinal Merry del Val, the Papal Secretary of State. "A New Medley of Memories" by David Hunter-Blair
  2. Whether he regarded France as his property, or considered himself as the people's delegate and the defender of their rights, I am convinced the First Consul wished the welfare of France; but then that welfare was in his mind inseparable from absolute power. "The Project Gutenberg Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte" by Bourrienne, Constant, and Stewarton
  3. On the 2nd of October the Russian delegate, Mr. Nevicow, read the text of the resolution as it had been amended by the commission: Motion of the Commission. "Boer Politics" by Yves Guyot
  4. Then the bull voice of the Talking Delegate gave the reason for the strike: The Director of the Works, speaking for your Majesty, has granted us a part time vacation, and shortened our hours from six to four. "City of Endless Night" by Milo Hastings
  5. J. Wyeth: My Dear Sir- You will excuse me, I am sure, when I assure you I am from Oregon, and her delegate to the Congress of the United States, for addressing you for a purpose of interest to the country to which I belong. "Dr. John McLoughlin, the Father of Oregon" by Frederick Van Voorhies Holman
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