cosponsor or co-sponsortransitive verbcosponsored or co-sponsored; cosponsoring or co-sponsoring
This year Simpson is carrying on the legislative struggle without Mazzoli, who has declined to cosponsor the bill without support from the Democratic House leadership … — George Russell
The following summer, Bingham returned to Machu Picchu with an expedition co-sponsored by the National Geographic Society. — Duane Damon
cosponsorship\(ˌ)kō-ˈspän(t)-sər-ˌship \ or co-sponsorshipnoun
Increasingly, large urban malls are being built with the co-sponsorship of city governments. — Witold Rybczynski
Examples of cosponsor in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebThat’s the purpose of the trust fund, which was approved by the City Council last year with Dickens as a cosponsor.
Wilborn Nobles, ajc, 16 May 2022 Tuberville is a cosponsor of the Sunshine Protection Act that would make daylight saving time permanent.
Howard Koplowitz | Hkoplowitz@al.com, al, 7 Mar. 2022 This article has also been corrected to reflect the fact that Rep. Massie was not a cosponsor of Rep. Rosendale’s bill.
John Mccormack, National Review, 4 Mar. 2022 As of this writing, Stefanik is the third and highest-ranking cosponsor to have withdrawn support for FFAA.
Nate Hochman, National Review, 9 Feb. 2022 The office of Mark Amodei, an FFAA cosponsor from Nevada’s second congressional district, expressed interest in discussing the legislation, but could not find time to do so before this article was published.
Nate Hochman, National Review, 9 Feb. 2022 Look for ads in the ADN, which is a cosponsor of this important program.
Jeff Lowenfels, Anchorage Daily News, 9 Dec. 2021 Councilman Bill Hollander, D-9th, also asked to be added as a cosponsor during discussion.
Emma Austin, The Courier-Journal, 18 June 2021 Democrat Stephanie Murphy, who represents portions of the Orlando area, is a cosponsor.
Max Chesnes, USA TODAY, 9 July 2021 See More
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