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stumping

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Warren will probably be out there all right—stumping for Hillary, not against her.

He best illustrates this skill when stumping on behalf of divorced fathers.

Soon after he was seen stumping for the Assad regime in his ancestor's conflagrated homeland.

Except that she comes under a brutal assault led by John McCain, whose wrath she earned while stumping for Obama in 2008.

The candidate, a long shot at the time, seemed to be spending an inordinate amount of time stumping in Iowa before the caucuses.

And, with pleased puckers at the corners of his eyes, Mr. Felsburg turned away and went stumping out.

A ponderous man came stumping down the sidewalk, swinging his shoulders.

He strode toward Captain Wass when the old mariner came stumping down the companionway.

Mr. Simeon once said of him, “All of us are going stumping along on the surface of earth, but Mr. Gandy rises right into Heaven!”

Surrounding the shell, stumping curiously about it and touching it with their shapeless hands, were dozens of the Zeudians.

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On this page you'll find 72 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stumping, such as: ambiguous, cryptic, obscure, dark, delphian, and doubtful.

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

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