[ aw-fis-hohl-der, of-is- ]SEE DEFINITION OF office-holders
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Office-holders were made ineligible to seats in the Legislature.

Ever since the 2nd of December there have been no office-holders in France, there have been only accomplices.

The office-holders were in no sense the leaders of their communities.

"I'm as conscientious as most office-holders," Hall interrupted.

Mr. Hyatt and Mr. Sanborn have rights as ample as if they were office-holders.

I hear one say that the office-holders oppose it; and that is true.

A large percentage of the members of the House were office-holders.

So far as they were office-holders, the offices sought them.

He made his bargains with aspirants and office-holders, and kept them religiously.

It will not augment the number of office-holders, nor the exigencies of State; but the contrary.