alderman

Politician vs Alderman - What's the difference?

politician | alderman |


As a noun politician

is one engaged in politics, especially an elected or appointed government official.

As a proper noun alderman is

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Trustee vs Alderman - What's the difference?

trustee | alderman |


As a noun trustee

is a person to whom property is legally committed in trust, to be applied either for the benefit of specified individuals, or for public uses; one who is intrusted with property for the benefit of another; also, a person in whose hands the effects of another are attached in a trustee process.

As a verb trustee

is to commit (property) to the care of a ; as, to trustee an estate.

As a proper noun alderman is

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Alderman vs Burgess - What's the difference?

alderman | burgess |


As proper nouns the difference between alderman and burgess

is that alderman is while burgess is .

Alderman vs Thane - What's the difference?

alderman | thane |


As a proper noun alderman

is .

As a noun thane is

cranberry shrub.

Wikidiffcom vs Alderman - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | alderman |


As a proper noun alderman is

.

Alderman vs Aldermen - What's the difference?

alderman | aldermen |


As a proper noun alderman

is .

As a noun aldermen is

.

Ealderman vs Alderman - What's the difference?

ealderman | alderman |


As a noun ealderman

is .

As a proper noun alderman is

.

Alderman vs Aldermanity - What's the difference?

alderman | aldermanity |


As a proper noun alderman

is .

As a noun aldermanity is

the condition of being an alderman.

Alderman vs Eschevin - What's the difference?

alderman | eschevin |


As a proper noun alderman

is .

As a noun eschevin is

(obsolete) the alderman or chief officer of an ancient guild.

Alderman vs Aldermanly - What's the difference?

alderman | aldermanly |


As a proper noun alderman

is .

As an adjective aldermanly is

relating to, or like, an alderman.

As an adverb aldermanly is

in the manner of an alderman.

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