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.