agent-general

noun
agent-gen·​er·​al | \ ˈā-jənt-ˈjen-rəl How to pronounce agent-general (audio) , -ˈje-nə-rəl\
plural agents-general

Definition of agent-general

: a chief agent specifically : the representative in England of a British dominion

First Known Use of agent-general

1669, in the meaning defined above

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