Definition of Proconsulates

1. Noun. (plural of proconsulate) ¹



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Definition of Proconsulates

1. proconsulate [n] - See also: proconsulate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Proconsulates

proclivities
proclivity
proclivous
procoagulant
procoele
procoeles
procoelian
procoelians
procognitive
procollagen
procollagens
procompetitive
proconsul
proconsular
proconsulate
proconsulates (current term)
proconsuls
proconsulship
proconsulships
proconvertases
proconvertin
procrastinate
procrastinated
procrastinates
procrastinating
procrastination
procrastinations
procrastinative
procrastinator
procrastinators

Literary usage of Proconsulates

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1. Constantine and Eugene, Or An Evening at Mount Vernon by Charles Kelsall (1818)
"Touching the proconsulates, I have also this to suggest, that they should be filled as often as possible by civil individuals ..."

2. The Congressional Globe by United States Congress, Francis Preston Blair, John Cook Rives, George A. Bailey, Franklin Rives (1853)
"The contempt of Rome for " foreign races speaking foreign languages," caused the establishment of her proconsulates, and, as she grew in territory, ..."

3. A History of the French Revolution by Henry Morse Stephens (1891)
"... though he destroyed chateaux and used forced labour to make roads, never arrested a single person.1 Similarly mild were the proconsulates of Lejeune of ..."

4. The Apostolic Fathers: A Revised Text with Introductions, Notes by Joseph Barber Lightfoot (1889)
"The following list relating to the two proconsulates in the second century is drawn up with the aid ... The years here given for the proconsulates are the ..."

5. La démocratie libérale by Thomas Hodgkin, Etienne Vacherot (1892)
"Prefectures and proconsulates were also bestowed on a son, a son- in-law, and a nephew of the favoured tutor, and in the year 379 he himself was raised to ..."

6. China, Her History, Diplomacy, and Commerce: From the Earliest Times to the by Edward Harper Parker (1917)
"3. The internal administrative expenditure of each province. 4. Garrisons, proconsulates, residents, etc., in Mongolia and Tibet. ..."

7. China, Her History, Diplomacy, and Commerce: From the Earliest Times to the by Edward Harper Parker (1917)
"3. The internal administrative expenditure of each province. 4. Garrisons, proconsulates, residents, etc., in Mongolia and Tibet. ..."

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