Examples of mayoralty in a Sentence
During her mayoralty, the mayor greatly improved the city.
He won the mayoralty in the last two elections.
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In decades past, the job of academy president, which is unpaid, was largely ceremonial, a kind of unofficial mayoralty of Hollywood’s glitterati.
In Mississippi, where Sanders led a rally of labor unions this spring, left-wing candidate Chokwe Lumumba won the mayoralty of Jackson, and a Sanders supporter won a city council seat in suburban Meridian.
But, in the 2014 municipal elections, the Party clinched eleven mayoralties, seven of them in PACA.
The contests for seats on district councils in Scotland, Wales and parts of England, as well as a handful of new city mayoralties, could point to a big win for Mrs. May in a nationwide...
The storms arrived with the start of his mayoralty in December.
But the rumor mill quickly went into overdrive, and neither Clinton nor any members of her team have ruled out a run—fueling speculation that the mayoralty is, at the very least, a real possibility.
Mr. Renzi has already seen the populist Five Star Movement win the mayoralty in Rome, Italy’s capital, and in Turin.
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Origin and Etymology of mayoralty
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of mayoralty for English Language Learners
: the time during which a person is mayor
: the job or position of being mayor
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