Thesaurus / magistracy
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The prizes of the army, of the church, of the magistracy, could only be secured through her good-will.
FRAGONARDHALDANE MACFALL
But on this particular morning peremptory business connected with the magistracy called the rector away.
To the Lieutenants of each county he deputed the right of nominating the magistracy and officers of militia.
The Magistracy has till now only made a minute of the proceedings and will now hold a session to arrive at a decision.
Hence three orders of functions: administration, deputation, and the magistracy, with which latter is connected the bar.
The first concerns a man holding a high rank in the magistracy.
This lady did not escape the watchful eyes of him who represented at once the prefectoral policy, the magistracy, and the police.
Francis de Humillos is considered fit for the magistracy because of his nearness in soling a shoe.
The Admiral, stepping ashore, was welcomed by the magistracy, and a solemn procession was immediately formed.
I am not superstitious, but I must confess that she has more than once assisted me materially in my magistracy with her advice.
THE LAST DAYS OF POMPEIIEDWARD GEORGE BULWER-LYTTON

WORDS RELATED TO MAGISTRACY

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.