delegation

[ del-i-gey-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF delegation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DELEGATION

If we succeed a delegation will come to Rouen this afternoon.

There is before me a motion presented by the Peruvian delegation.

They then sent a delegation to the signory, directing that they grant their demands.

The hands were shaken, and the train bore the Atkins delegation away.

We makes a break for the dressin'-room about then, and the delegation clears out.

"They must expect a delegation of their own friends," guessed Marjorie.

Obray of Erskyll was staring at the delegation and saying, "Slaves!"

They watched the delegation back out, with the honor-guard following.

She read it silently and passed it on to the rest of the delegation.

"It is tails," he announced, and the Arab delegation broke into happy shouts.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DELEGATION

deputation

noungroup of representatives
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