tribune

Part of speech: noun

Rom Antiq. A magistrate chosen by the plebeians to protect them against the patricians.

Part of speech: noun

A public officer of later times.

Part of speech: noun

A raised floor for officials or orators; a rostrum; platform.

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Usage examples "tribune":

  1. 10, Oct 21, Nov 5, 12, Dec 17, 1916; Oct 7, 1917; Jan 21, Feb 1, May 25, 1918. New York Tribune, Oct 22, Dec 24, 1916; July 2, 21, 31, Oct 16, 1917; Jan 6, May 11, 22, Aug 26, Sept. - "Negro Migration during the War", Emmett J. Scott.
  2. He contributed fifty- three letters to the Alta during that five months and six to the Tribune. - "Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete The Personal And Literary Life Of Samuel Langhorne Clemens", Albert Bigelow Paine Last Updated: February 20, 2009.
  3. He was sent, first of all, to Africa as a Tribune- that is to say, as Commissioner of the Imperial Government, probably to carry out the decrees of Honorius against the Donatists; and ere long he was made commander of the military forces of the province, with the title of Count. - "Saint Augustin", Louis Bertrand.