Synonyms for consular

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After Bonaparte had assumed the consular authority, they were reduced to ten.

They did in that act a number of very good things for the consular service.

By this time a change had taken place in the consular office.

Norwegian policy after the grounding of the Consular negotiations.

The prætorian elections, like the consular, had been put off till February.

Albinus, who were of consular rank and about my time, used to give vent.

The preceding year came to an end without any consular election.

She calls me a consular person, and you call my wife a British thing!

"She called me a consular person," remarked that official stiffly.

It was the anniversary of Napoleon's attainment of the consular power.

WORD ORIGIN

early 15c., from Latin consularis, from consul (see consul).

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