chancellor[ chan-suh-ler, -sler, chahn- ]SEE DEFINITION OF chancellor
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHANCELLOR
His eyes rested a moment on the striking figure of the Chancellor's daughter.
Then Charles took counsel in the matter with the Chancellor.
Leopold saw it, and remembered, as the Chancellor hoped he would.
“Dear Chancellor, you do well to have faith in your Imperial pupil,” said she.
“School-boys—with empty pockets—have been known to do that,” said the Chancellor.
“The creature must be a fool, or an adventuress,” pronounced the Chancellor.
The Chancellor did not explain by what diplomacy that “accident” had been brought about.
Egon gave a laugh at his own repartee, but the Chancellor heard neither.
“I also will send a telephone message,” said the Chancellor.
“Never mind yourself, and never mind your master,” broke in the Chancellor.