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Synonyms for incumbent

Synonyms for incumbent

the official who holds an office

lying or leaning on something else

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necessary (for someone) as a duty or responsibility

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currently holding an office

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Stephen Osborne-Brown has been appointed as PR director at Brindleyplacebased Core after previous incumbant Charlotte Crossley quit to join Birmingham Science Park Aston.
Part of GoSS failure is still going on in Jongeli and Upper Nile states and could have also happened in Wetsren Equatoria between incumbant Governor His Excellency Col.
Cathy McMorris Rodgers, one of Palin's mama grizzlies who is an incumbant from Washington state, was pregnant the last time she ran for re-election.
Analysts had widely predicted that Zenawi would triumph in the polls, with some reports suggesting that opposition groups did not believe they had any chance of beating the incumbant coalition.
His only real bid for the presidency came in the 1980 race, when he took on incumbant Jimmy Carter for the nomination but lost.
England have changed their starting fly-half seven times and used five different players in 10 Test matches, dating back to when Jonny Wilkinson was the incumbant during the 2008 RBS 6 Nations.
The Birmingham Mail caught up with Lonza on Tuesday at one of his final civic duties - the launch of the city's annual pancake races - to learn what will be expected of the incumbant and to give the role of town crier a go.
England's incumbant fly-half Andy Goode is the only member of the starting XV beaten by Wales last weekend to return to his club.