Examples of congressman in a Sentence
a former congressman who is now a senator
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Footage follows journalists to the Guyanese compound of Jim Jones; interviews are conducted with survivors and witnesses to the murders of the United States congressman Leo Ryan, the journalist Don Harris and the cameraman Bob Brown.
The low point of the afternoon came when Texas congressman Louie Gohmert started delving into Strzok’s private life.
Polls give Brown a double-digit lead over GOP congressman Jim Renacci.
Also remember that the list of congressmen who voted in favor of Clinton’s 1994 crime bill included a certain Vermont socialist with a Brooklyn accent.
The war of words against the press from the White House, its propaganda arm Fox News and congressmen who’ve advocated violence against noncompliant reporters was weaponized.
Last Tuesday, Ocasio-Cortez pulled off a stunning primary election romp in New York, toppling 10-term congressman Joe Crowley of Queens.
Powell cleverly tied three of the four proposals to appropriations bills, clearly intending to skirt the Public Lands Committee, crowded with western congressmen who would never allow such issues a hearing.
In Illinois’ third congressional district, many supported Marie Newman, who came up short in her bid to unseat conservative Democratic congressman Dan Lipinski.
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CONGRESSMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of congressman for English Language Learners
: someone (especially a man) who is a member of a congress and especially of the U.S. House of Representatives
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