A person appointed by a ruler or head of state to act as an administrative deputy.(noun)
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Use "vicegerent" in a sentence
"And such a crushed earth-worm this miserable, infatuated people call the vicegerent of"
"The Quran says that God created Adam as his "vicegerent" 2:30, his representative on earth."
"The word "vicegerent" was changed to "viceregent" in the sentence: But as he is held to be God's VICEREGENT among the people of south-western Europe, so is the Russian emperor among the Christians of the East."