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The Collaborative International Dictionary

mayoral \may"or*al\, a. Of or pertaining to a mayor; as, the mayoral limousine.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

1690s, from mayor + -al (1).


a. Relating to the office of the mayor.


adj. of or relating to a mayor or the office of mayor; "mayoral elections"

Usage examples of "mayoral".

Two buildings away, the mayoral building was, from the muted sounds reaching his ears, indeed surrounded by milling groups of people.

I picked up the phone on the table beside the TVs and punched out the number to the mayoral press secretary down at City Hall, Grace Flowers.

City Hall, and Vados went insideto attend to his mayoral duties, presumably.

It was a tiny, cheese-shaped room, and not at all what he would have expected of a mayoral residence - but then Orme Wreyland was not exactly what he would have expected of a mayor.

Gavin Shufty pulled back the Mayoral Chair and seated himself thereupon.

A conventional remark to which he expected a conventional answer in mayoral, prefectoral words like odious or lamentable.

It looked like the municipal tableware they used for mayoral banquets.

While the feds added electoral fraud to their list of recent crimes, Dade Circuit Judge Sidney Shapiro this week ordered a new mayoral vote to be held within 30 days.

Middle East peace talks, mayoral election debates, earthquake in Indonesia.

A tour of the local brewery and a later wine tasting at Punters Wine Bar will lead us through nicely to the Mayoral banquet at seven-thirty.