presidential[ prez-i-den-shuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF presidential
Synonyms for presidential | as ingoverning
Antonyms for presidential | as ingoverning
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRESIDENTIAL
They had become political rivals in the Presidential election of 1800.
The Republican party was organized on the eve of the Presidential election of 1856.
For ages his name was placed on the presidential ballot and later removed.
A gentleman from Alabama who walked in a presidential, but ran in a senatorial, race.
Municipal and Presidential Suffrage were lost without a roll-call.
The Twentieth Presidential Election is not the last, even for this year.
The Tariff Act of 1824 also entered somewhat into the presidential campaign.
Before the Presidential election he made another trip to Germany.
Nor did Victoria's presidential aspirations trouble her greatly.
Abolitionists were sharply divided in this presidential campaign.