Definition of Electioneered

1. Verb. (past of electioneer) ¹



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Definition of Electioneered

1. electioneer [v] - See also: electioneer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Electioneered

elected
elected official
electeds
electee
electees
electer
electing
election
election commission
election day
election district
election fraud
election of remedies
election threshold
electioneer
electioneered
electioneerer
electioneerers
electioneering
electioneers
elections
elections of remedies
elective
elective abortion
elective culture
elective mutism
elective share
elective shares
elective surgery
electively

Literary usage of Electioneered

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1. A Collection of College Words and Customs by Benjamin Homer Hall (1859)
"... of the " Sub " who did n't think it an honor to be electioneered. — A'. B., Yale Coll., June 14, 1851. See PENE. SUBJECT. At the University of Cambridge ..."

2. Annual Report by United States Civil Service Commission (1888)
"Walls, Thomas, an active worker, electioneered last election. Seventeenth ward : appointment call on Mr. Diehm, northwest corner Front and Laurel. ..."

3. Publications of the Buffalo Historical Society by Buffalo Historical Society, Albert Bigelow, Buffalo Historical Society (Buffalo, N.Y.) (1910)
""I don't think they ought to trouble me," said the worthy postmaster, with solemn visage, "I have not electioneered any, and I have always been with the ..."

4. The Literary Panorama and National Register by Charles Taylor (1819)
"The neighbouring public-houses wert, of course, occupied by the electioneered. I resolved to devote to this as much of ray time as possible, in obtaining an ..."

5. The Holland Land Co., and Canal Construction, in Western New York: Buffalo by William Leete Stone, George William Clinton, Frank Hayward Severance (1910)
""I don't think they ought to trouble me," said the worthy postmaster, with solemn visage, "I have not electioneered any, and I have always been with the ..."

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