relating to a president or presidency
"presidential aides"; "presidential veto"
befitting a president
"criticized the candidate for not looking presidential"
Presiding or watching over.
Of or pertaining to a president; as, the presidential chair; a presidential election.
presiding or watching over
of or pertaining to a president; as, the presidential chair; a presidential election
Relating to a president or presidency.
The presidential campaign was progressing easily.Submitted by MaryC on March 22, 2020
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Rank popularity for the word 'presidential' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #4190
Rank popularity for the word 'presidential' in Adjectives Frequency: #570
The numerical value of presidential in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of presidential in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
Examples of presidential in a Sentence
He is a very flamboyant man, very talented, no doubt about that. But it’s not our business to judge his merits, it’s up to the voters of the United States, he is an absolute leader of the presidential race, as we see it today. He says that he wants to move to another level relations, a deeper level of relations with Russia.
Trump leads across multiple categories of voters from a high of 35% among those who wish to create a database of Muslims in the U.S. to a low of 22% among evangelical Christians, who will make up nearly 60% of the S.C. GOP presidential primary electorate.
We’re entering into the realm of the fascist now, it should be disturbing not only to American Muslims, but it should be disturbing to all Americans that the leading Republican presidential candidate would issue essentially a fascist statement like this.
There has never been anything like this at the presidential level because no President has insisted on owning a commercial enterprise at the same time they have existed as President, everyone in America is financially struggling, and he has this fail-safe method to minimize any struggling by his commercial properties by channeling other people's money to it.
After the bill died, Mr. Gonzalez returned to the private sector, anyone who is now trying to misconstrue his service in our office years ago is obviously trying to hurt Marco's presidential campaign.
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