public officer

Definition of "public officer"
  1. An individual who holds a position of authority in a governmental organization either by an election or appointment
How to use "public officer" in a sentence
  1. After years of dedicated service, she rose to become a public officer.
  2. Despite the recent challenges, the public officer stayed committed to his office duties.
  3. The responsibilities of a public officer are vast and often involve making important decisions for the society.

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