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See definition of politick on Dictionary.com
  • as inlobby
  • as inpressure
  • as inrun
  • as incampaign

synonyms for politick

  • campaign for
  • persuade
  • press
  • promote
  • push
  • request
  • solicit
  • sway
  • urge
  • advance
  • affect
  • alter
  • bill
  • billboard
  • boost
  • change
  • drum
  • further
  • hype
  • induce
  • influence
  • modify
  • pitch
  • plug
  • pressure
  • procure
  • sell
  • soft-soap
  • splash
  • spot
  • sweet-talk
  • thump
  • bring pressure to bear
  • build up
  • exert influence
  • hard sell
  • high pressure
  • make a pitch for
  • pull strings
  • put pressure on
  • sell on
  • soft-sell
  • solicit votes
See also synonyms for: politicked / politicking
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antonyms for politick

MOST RELEVANT
  • discourage
  • dissuade
  • leave alone
  • pull
  • repress
  • suppress
  • continue
  • decrease
  • halt
  • hinder
  • keep
  • prevent
  • remain
  • stop
  • leave alone
  • pull
  • repress
  • dissuade
  • slow
  • retard
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    How to use politick in a sentence

    I think they agree with me in thinking that if the restraint was ever a politick one the time is passed.
    PRIVATE PAPERS OF WILLIAM WILBERFORCEWILLIAM WILBERFORCE
    Intolerable griefes to Subjects, breed the Iliaca passio in a body politick, which inforces that upwards which should not.
    THE SIMPLE COBLER OF AGGAWAM IN AMERICATHEODORE DE LA GUARD
    King Charles the first, created sir Henry Roswell and others, a body corporate and politick.
    NOVANGLUS, AND MASSACHUSETTENSISJOHN ADAMS
    Not where he eats, but where he is eaten: a certain convocation of politick worms4 are e'en at him.
    HAMLETWILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
    Val An Innocent, a knave fool, a fool politick: the last of which are lovers, widow lovers.
    WIT WITHOUT MONEYFRANCIS BEAUMONT
    His reputation of "grave, wise, and politick" seems to have been fairly earned.
    BELL'S CATHEDRALS: THE CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF EXETERPERCY ADDLESHAW
    "Sweet indiscretion," began Vernon, who having been politick enough to conceal his true name, could afford to be generous.
    THE PASSIONATE ELOPEMENTCOMPTON MACKENZIE
    It is known as “an Act touching politick considerations for the maintenance of the Navy.”
    ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 14, SLICE 3VARIOUS
    And said body politick, did settle a colony which became very populous.
    NOVANGLUS, AND MASSACHUSETTENSISJOHN ADAMS
    Truly then I did a very politick action in effecting the introduction.
    THE PASSIONATE ELOPEMENTCOMPTON MACKENZIE
    SYNONYM OF THE DAY
    OCTOBER 26, 1985
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    WORDS RELATED TO POLITICK

    • agitate
    • barnstorm
    • canvass
    • contend for
    • contest
    • crusade
    • electioneer
    • go to grass roots
    • hit the trail
    • lobby
    • mend fences
    • muckrake
    • mudsling
    • politick
    • press the flesh
    • ring doorbells
    • run
    • run for
    • shake hands and kiss babies
    • solicit votes
    • stand for
    • stump
    • tour
    • whistle-stop
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