Definition of Legislators

1. Noun. (plural of legislator) ¹



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Definition of Legislators

1. legislator [n] - See also: legislator

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Legislators

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legislative act
legislative bodies
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legislative branch
legislative building
legislative buildings
legislative council
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legislator
legislatorial
legislators (current term)
legislatorship
legislatorships
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legislatress
legislatresses
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legitim
legitimacies
legitimacy

Literary usage of Legislators

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1. Commentaries on the Laws of England by William Blackstone, William Carey Jones (1915)
"... questions made upon rights merely depending upon the common lawr; and warmly laments the confusion introduced by ill-judging and unlearned legislators. ..."

2. Prison Life and Reflections, Or, A Narrative of the Arrest, Trial by George Thompson (1855)
"On that day, a man from Quincy arrived with a petition for Alanson, which he circulated among the legislators CHAPTER IX. ..."

3. History of Civilization in England by Henry Thomas Buckle (1866)
"Such are some of the benefits which European trade owes to the paternal care of European legislators. But worse still remains behind. ..."

4. A Second Visit to the United States of North America by Charles Lyell (1849)
"—legislators paid.—Envy in a Democracy.—Politics of the Country and the City.—Pledges at Elections.—Universal Suffrage.—Adventure in a Stage Coach. ..."

5. The Law of Arrest in Civil and Criminal Actions by Harvey Cortlandt Voorhees (1915)
"legislators. — Members of Congress, and State legislators, while attending their respective assemblies, or going to or returning from the same, ..."

6. Lectures on Jurisprudence, Or, The Philosophy of Positive Law by John Austin (1885)
"Nothing, indeed, can be more natural, than that legislators, direct or judicial (especially if they be narrow-minded, timid, and unskilful), should lean as ..."

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