representative[ rep-ri-zen-tuh-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF representative
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REPRESENTATIVE
He is the representative of Posterity,—the man of an age to come.
He was five successive years the representative of Thomaston.
I thought him as true a representative of the people as ever theory could portray.
Mississippi was disloyal, and didn't deserve to have any representative.
But after Dayton's return with his prisoners you will be my representative in that district.
But, as he used to say, 'It's a cold home where a dog is the only representative of a child.'
"Very proud to be my host's representative and your guide," said Cleveland.
To Cleveland, especially, he proved in reality a representative member.
Near his portrait hung that of a second representative of the family.
Mr. Hartgold bent his head reverentially to the representative of a million of money.