American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The office of a mayor.
- n. The term of office of a mayor.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The office of a mayor, or the period of his service.
- n. The office (or term of office) of a mayor.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The office, or the term of office, of a mayor.
- n. the position of mayor
- Middle English mairalte, from Anglo-Norman, from Old French maire, mayor; see mayor. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Just 15 short days ago - a blink of an eye in the geological time frame of a three-term mayoralty - public school students across the city were demanding the ouster of Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg.”
“The mayoralty was a much coveted prize, as the incumbent not only presided over the common council and wielded much patronage, but was also presiding judge of a court of record with peculiar and extensive powers.”
“Among Giuliani's most notable accomplishments during his mayoralty was his successful assault on pornography businesses in Times Square.”
“Among Giuliani's most notable accomplishments during his mayoralty was his successful assault on [[pornography]] businesses in [[Times Square]].”
“It is one of many signs that his mayoralty will be a disaster for London, a disaster for the community relations essential to everybody's quality of life.”
“The measure has since gained widespread acceptance, and Mr. Bloomberg considers it one of the greatest achievements of his mayoralty.”
“Although careful to avoid discussing his personal life, I set out to establish him not only as a war-lover but as a totalitarian, in the general sense of someone with an authoritarian disposition who wishes to use the state for such ends as placing the "chronic welfare cases" of New York City in "rehabilitation centers" outside the city (a proposal made in the mayoralty campaign of 1965).”
“Presumptive mayor-elect Vincent Gray will be faced with plugging a $175 million budget gap -- a task that stands to set the tone for his mayoralty before it even begins.”
“In 2006, he ignored the doubters who said he was too young at 35 and unaccomplished to capture the mayoralty.”
“Allen, a Fenty and Rhee supporter, acknowledged that she was in the "sky is falling" camp, dubious about the fate of education reform under a Gray mayoralty.”
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