Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


That you'll never get the bill passed, this session or next, by lobbying.

Unfortunately, however, all lobbying is not of this innocent character.

This year the election of a president was likely to be accompanied by some lobbying.

There was no lobbying, and, in fact, it was not necessary for me to go to Albany at all.

The Southern city sent its lobbying delegation to the Capitol.

It is the first step toward the disreputable form of lobbying.

I want to train him to spy on that sort of interference and by and by do some lobbying.

Lobbying contracts, contracts to influence votes, and for railroad rebates are against public policy and void.

He spoke of student days in Germany, of lobbying for single tax in Washington, of international labor conferences.

Miriam Nesbit had already done a good deal of lobbying when the three girls arrived on the scene.