gubernatorial

[ goo-ber-nuh-tawr-ee-uh l, -tohr-, gyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF gubernatorial
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Be that as it may, it was nip and tuck between them in the gubernatorial campaign.

They all went, with cheerfulness unimpaired by gubernatorial admonition.

Other old bugaboos that have been embraced are gubernatorial, presidential and standpoint.

This left Dummer in the gubernatorial chair for nearly six years.

They too could not be quartered at the gubernatorial mansion.

That night the gubernatorial mansion was indeed a house of mourning.

Until then, in his military and gubernatorial capacity, his will had been supreme.

Manison had gubernatorial ambitions, and he was politically sharp.

He knew that he had gone to the gubernatorial chair but the year before.

The Democrats of Massachusetts are perplexed in regard to the choice of a candidate for gubernatorial honors.

WORD ORIGIN

1734, formed in American English from Latin gubernator (see govern) + -al (1). As an English word, gubernator was in use from 1520s but is rare.

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