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term·er

 (tûr′mər)
n.
One that serves a specified term: a second termer in the House of Representatives.

termer

(ˈtɜːmə)
n
(Law) a variant spelling of termor

term•er

(ˈtɜr mər)

n.
a person who is serving a term, esp. in prison (usu. used in combination): a first-termer.
[1625–35]
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Noun1.termer - a person who serves a specified term; "there are not many fourth termers in the Senate"
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
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A self-proclaimed one termer, Polk embarked on a course to expand the United States.
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Roman's mother, Herminia, represented the first district of Bataan from 2007-2016 under the LP, while third termer Benitez is the son of former Marcos Deputy Minister of Human Settlements Jose Conrado Benitez.