president

Part of speech:

Precedent.

Part of speech: adjective

Presidential.

Part of speech: noun

PRESIDENTSHIP.

Part of speech: noun

One who presides over an organized body; the chief executive officer of a republic.

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Usage examples "president":

  1. Once pledged to a name for president, they clung to it desperately as if that particular girl had been their best and oldest friend. - "Peggy Parsons a Hampton Freshman", Annabel Sharp.
  2. " Mr. President and Gentlemen," began the Professor, in a voice that carried to every part of the Hall. - "The Blue Germ", Martin Swayne.
  3. And as to the Crown, Prussia has not the same relations to the President as it had to the Emperor. - "The New Germany", George Young.