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electioneering

[ ih-lek-shuh-neer ]SEE DEFINITION OF electioneering

Synonyms for electioneering

  • barnstorming
  • canvassing
  • polling
  • voting
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ELECTIONEERING

"Electioneering seems to be telling on you, old lady," I remarked.

As you know, electioneering in the States is rather different from what it is here.

This is why the director was so opposed to the idea of bringing me on the electioneering trip.

From the electioneering point of view, I think our journey has been a success.

He said he did not want any electioneering about the officers—'log-rolling,' my father calls it.

On the front of the house were some inscriptions for electioneering purposes.

What a fine bit of electioneering, if he could get them to shut out their own men!

I think the Tartar "counted heads," like an electioneering agent.

He had wasted, men said, much on electioneering, and more in gambling.

Electioneering is forbidden within one hundred feet of the polls.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ELECTIONEERING

politics

nounart and science of administration of government
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