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Definition of "presiding" []

  • To sit in or hold a position of authority, as over a meeting (verb)
  • To exercise authority; control (verb)
  • To occupy a position as an instrumentalist (verb)
  • Present participle of preside. (verb)

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  • Having authority over; vested with the authority to preside over. (adjective)

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Use "presiding" in a sentence
  • "Ron Ramsey of Blountville is assured of another term presiding over the Senate."
  • "Can you just imagine McCain presiding over last nights press conference?"
  • ""Because I am the most experienced sitting judge, and my extensive litigation experience is important in presiding and ultimately issuing rulings in contested cases.""