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campaigner

[ kam-peyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF campaigner
  • as incrusader
  • as inadvocate

Synonyms for campaigner

  • agitator
  • zealot
  • champion
  • progressive
  • radical
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CAMPAIGNER

Whispering Smith was too experienced a campaigner to complain.

Jim was too old a campaigner to put these even in the coat on which he was asleep.

I am too old a campaigner to have any qualms, and in such a case as this the act is justified.

That is one of the prime requisites of the campaigner upon the plains.

The personal outfit of a campaigner in the wilderness is not very elaborate.

Rosey's eyes followed the Campaigner about, and appealed to her at all moments.

"To keep her, yes—but not to keep the Campaigner," cries Mr. Pendennis.

Rosey called the Colonel papa in the absence of the Campaigner.

The door is flung open, and the red-faced Campaigner appears.

"They are lovely darlings," said the campaigner after he had finished the eleventh.

WORD ORIGIN

1701, from campaign (n.). Political sense is from 1801. Related: Campaigned; campaigning.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CAMPAIGNER

advocate

nounperson supporting an idea or cause publicly
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