Of or pertaining to a legislator or legislature.(adjective)
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Use "legislatorial" in a sentence
"Consider this: in December of 2005, after agreeing to Senator John McCain's legislatorial provision to ban torture, President Bush made the following comment concerning the ban, "Make it clear to the world that this government does not torture and that we adhere to the international convention of torture, whether it be here at home or abroad.""
"Brought up amidst official duties, and aiming constantly at legislatorial distinction, he had acquired eminent skill in managing"
"We therefore arranged that our Annual Fair should be held a fortnight later than usual, and that the proceeds (a circumstance known only to the managers) should be devoted to a series of choice suppers, at which we entertained, not only the Governor and our friends in both Houses, but also, like true Christians, our legislatorial enemies."