Examples of statesman in a Sentence
He was a soldier and statesman.
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Robben is in the twilight of his professional career and, alongside fellow forward Franck Ribery, is one of the elder statesmen of the group.
But no less a statesman than Abraham Lincoln observed that partisanship is the natural condition of a self-governing people.
Enlightened statesmen will not always be at the helm.
But in 1584, she was moved to a dreary castle further inland, and transferred to the charge of the statesman Ralph Sadler.
Robert Jones, who coaches the 9-unders, is the senior statesman in the coaching ranks with 27 years of experience.
Many Churchill films — including this one — rely on the writings of the Whig statesman, Lord Thomas Babington Macaulay, to illustrate this point.
Orr is among the elder statesmen for the TCU defense along with linebackers Summers, a redshirt junior who graduated from Reagan, and Travin Howard.
Back then there was no Twitter or 24-hour news, leaving statesmen freer to make concessions over brandy and cigars.
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