candidature

[ noun kan-di-deyt, -dit; verb kan-di-deyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF candidature
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A year before his candidature he had been called to the Provincial bar.

I had no vision as to the success of his candidature at Newcastle.

As for your candidature, any man with a spark of generosity in his soul will rally to you because of it.

The war scare is having an excellent effect on Miltoun's candidature.

She even gave him excellent advice with reference to his candidature.

In comparison with that other matter this affair of the candidature was of course trivial.

I see Ernest has returned to see the result of Leslie Walker's candidature.

He had news for them: Flacardoux, editor of Le Calvados, had announced his candidature.

His candidature was adopted with enthusiasm by the local Conservatives.

However, we will leave him and consider the candidature of Mr Smith.

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