assemblyman [uh-sem-blee-muh n] ExamplesWord Origin noun, plural as·sem·bly·men.

  1. (sometimes initial capital letter) a member of a legislative assembly, especially a member of the lower house of the legislature in certain states of the U.S.

Origin of assemblyman First recorded in 1640–50; assembly + -man Usage note See -man. Examples from the Web for assemblyman Contemporary Examples of assemblyman

  • Brown’s likely challenger is Tim Donnelly, a far-right Republican assemblyman from Twin Peaks, who is currently on probation.

    Inside California’s Crazy Race To Be The GOP Gubernatorial Candidate

    Olivia Nuzzi

    May 30, 2014

  • The former Hewlett-Packard CEO just spent $5.5 million of her own money to beat Rep. Tom Campbell and Assemblyman Chuck DeVore.

    A New ‘Year of the Woman’

    Clara Bingham

    June 11, 2010

  • Historical Examples of assemblyman

  • The Assemblyman changed his mind; that wasn’t tyranny, it was anarchy.

    Space Viking

    Henry Beam Piper

  • “And the people have no voice at all; why, that’s tyranny,” a professor Assemblyman added.

    Space Viking

    Henry Beam Piper

  • Assemblyman Brown complained, “There’s entirely too much talk about reaction.”

    Greener Than You Think

    Ward Moore

  • On investigation they found that Mr. Sage, the Assemblyman, had crawled into the pipe.

    Peck’s Sunshine

    George W. Peck

  • No corrupt Senator or Assemblyman could live in their atmosphere.

    Letters and Literary Memorials of Samuel J. Tilden, v. 1

    Samuel J. Tilden

  • British Dictionary definitions for assemblyman assemblyman noun plural -men

    1. (sometimes capital) a member of an assembly, esp a legislature

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