Examples of public servant in a Sentence
the new governor vowed that he would always remember why he was called a public servant and not the people's master
concerned that the new federal agency would just add another slew of public servants to the government payroll
Recent Examples of public servant from the Web
Lightfoot for Chicago The lifetime public servant didn’t take this rejection lightly.
The report said judges should consider the inconvenience to the public in making them wait, and the cost to the taxpayer in making public servants wait for the judge's untimely arrival.
The suspected shooter, 17-year-old Dimitrios Pagourtzis, was arrested and charged with capital murder and aggravated assault of a public servant.
An effective public servant needs two qualities: temperament and listening skills.
Even so estimable a pair of public servants as Senators Daniel K. Inouye and George Mitchell let the phony patriotics of Ollie North distract press and public from just how lawless and despicable the machinations of Iran-Contra really were.
The 65-year old longtime public servant was the primary architect of postcrisis financial regulations that imposed stricter requirements on big financial firms.
He's being held at the Dallas County jail on charges of aggravated assault on a public servant and felony theft.
Our office has never been stronger, and this extraordinarily talented, dedicated, and tireless team of public servants will ensure that our work continues without interruption.
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PUBLIC SERVANT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of public servant for English Language Learners
: a government official or employee
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