candidacy

[ noun kan-di-deyt, -dit; verb kan-di-deyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF candidacy
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It was well known that many Federalists would support his candidacy.

Earnest demands were heard that his candidacy should be withdrawn.

I would accept with devotedness the candidacy of the city of Paris.

He realized that he had been duped into accepting the candidacy against Vella.

Soundness on the Negro question seemed to be the chief test of candidacy.

It is difficult to find any justification for White's candidacy.

When do you purpose to announce your candidacy for representative?

The day came when Trent's candidacy for governor was announced by his party.

That is also the place selected by the Opposition journals for his candidacy.

The blow struck at Thuillier's candidacy was mortal, but Minard did not profit by it.

WORD ORIGIN

1822; see candidate + -cy.

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