What does Attorney-general mean?

Attorney-general meaning in General Dictionary

The chief law officer associated with the condition, empowered to act in most litigation when the law-executing power is an event, and to advise this supreme executive whenever required.


Attorney-general meaning in General Dictionary

(n.) The main law officer of the condition, empowered to act in every litigation where law-executing power is an event, and also to advise this supreme professional whenever needed.


Sentence Examples with the word Attorney-general

Leyds, a Hollander born in Java in 1859, went out to the Transvaal in 1884 as attorney-general and was, in 1887, made government commissioner for the Netherlands (S.

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