senator

[sen-uh-ter]
noun
1.
a member of a senate.
2.
(initial capital letter) (in the U.S.) a title of respect accorded a person who is or has been a member of the Senate.

Origin:
1175–1225; Middle English senatour < Anglo-French < Latin senātor, equivalent to sen(ātus) senate + -ātor -ator

senatorship, noun
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senator (ˈsɛnətə)
 
n
1.  (often capital) a member of a Senate or senate
2.  any legislator or statesman

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Example sentences
Folks who care about reducing noise pollution, please contact your
  congressperson and senators about your noise concerns.
Kids can find out here and follow the links to learn more about their senators.
The pork senators are former political leaders, construction magnates, and
  business people.
But there are several southern senators who could use a rescue package of their
  own.
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