Examples of elder statesman in a Sentence
an elder statesman of baseball coaches
the elder statesman of the White House correspondents is finally retiring after nearly a half century of service
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At age 75, Novelli is waiting in line behind Karamesines to become the NHRA’s elder statesman.
The other elder statesman is linebacker Sean Lee at 31.
The match with Bayern is one way Schweinsteiger has continued to embrace the elder statesman role.
Carter even called on fashion designer Ozwald Boateng, who is of Ghanaian descent, to create the green suit worn by a Wakanda elder statesman.
That includes 34-year-old Dustin Pedroia, an elder statesman among the Red Sox.
The hostel's current elder statesman isn't in tonight.
Thus, Smith became the temporary elder statesman while picking up his new position in the 3-4 defense.
He also is seen as an elder statesman in the private-equity industry and chaired a group of business leaders created to advise the White House on policy before it was disbanded last year.
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ELDER STATESMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of elder statesman for English Language Learners
: a retired government leader who gives advice to current leaders
: a respected man who has been a member of a group or organization for a long time
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