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noun as in statesperson

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Republicans, with the exception of a few senators, are still functioning as though they were in 2020.

Manchin is working with a bipartisan group of senators on this more targeted approach.

Rob Portman, a long-serving senator from Ohio, is Greene’s antithesis.

“Good transportation policy can play no less a role than making possible the American Dream,” he told senators during the hearing.

The senator has responded by ridiculing Rogen, calling him a “moron” and framing him as a “rich, angry Hollywood celebrity” whose politics conflict with “blue-collar” workers or union members.

How far has Congress really evolved on race when in 50 years it has gone from one black senator to two?

Ed Brooke, the first African-American Senator since Reconstruction, embraced fights with the left and right.

I am reminded of the story of Senator Bernie Sanders (Independent, VT) walking along the shores of Lake Champlain.

The Kentucky senator seems to be making the ‘Seinfeld’ holiday a tradition on Twitter.

The biggest blowback will be against the ‘reforming’ Kentucky senator, because Republicans back cops, period.

Then I'll take you to Sacramento with me next year—I'm a senator this term—as my private secretary, and you'll learn a lot.

Apollonius, a senator of the empire, was put to death at Rome, and we read of numerous martyrdoms elsewhere.

He might climb higher and become a United States Senator, but the corporation finds him too useful here.

Samuel Putnam, a Massachusetts judge and senator, died at Somerville, aged 85.

He sold out to Senator Swink and others and moved on to Chicago, his early stamping ground.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to senator, such as: lawmaker, legislator, politician, and statesman.

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