noun. ['ˌnɑːməˈniː'] a politician who is running for public office.
- political leader
- running mate
- favorite son
- dark horse
- write-in candidate
Rhymes with Nominee
Sentences with nominee
1. Noun, singular or mass
Senate is in charge of confirming a nominee for the position.
2. Verb, past tense
Until the early 20th century, Senate confirmation of a Supreme Court nominee took only days.
A nominee distribution is stated and claimed on Schedule 1 of the 1040A or Schedule B of the 1040.
Quotes about nominee
1. Your least favorite virtue, or nominee for the most overrated one? Faith. Closely followed—in view of the overall shortage of time—by patience.
- Christopher Hitchens, Hitch-22: A Memoir