Definition of Canvasers
1. canvaser [n] - See also: canvaser
Lexicographical Neighbors of Canvasers
Literary usage of Canvasers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An Historical and Critical Account of the Lives and Writings of James I. and by William Harris (1814)
"And those members who have so well served themselves under colour of serving the publick, are, for the most part, old canvasers of factions, ..."
2. Reports of Cases by New York (State). Court of Appeals (1905)
"... 91 NY 231; People v. Palmer, 52 NY 84 ; Parker v. E., C. & NRR Co., 165 NY 274; People v. Bd. of Canvasers, 143 NY 84 ; People v. ..."
3. The Christian Reformer, Or, Unitarian Magazine and Review (1845)
"I. Í z men bestirring themselves as canvasers and committee-men, uttering in taverns politico - religious harangues, and circulating election addresses and ..."
4. Session Laws by South Dakota (1800)
"Said board of county canvasers shall issue certificates of election to the persons who shall have received the highest number of votes cast for the ..."
5. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Appeals of by West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, Henry Mason Mathews, Robert White, Cornelius C. Watts, Alfred Caldwell, Thomas S. Riley, Edgar P. Rucker (1885)
"The twenty-sixth section of said statute has no application to their duties as canvasers of the election, the powers therein conferred apply alone to the ..."