Definition of Caucused

1. Verb. (past of caucus) ¹



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Definition of Caucused

1. caucus [v] - See also: caucus

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Caucused

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catwalkers
catwalklike
catwalks
catwise
catwoman
catworks
catworm
catworms
caucasoid
caucasoid race
cauchie
caucus
caucus race
caucus races
caucused (current term)
caucuses
caucusgoer
caucusgoers
caucusing
caucussed
caucusses
caucussing
cauda
cauda equina
cauda fasciae dentatae
cauda helicis

Literary usage of Caucused

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1. Caucuses of 1860: A History of the National Political Conventions of the by Murat Halstead (1860)
"The Democratic politicians assembled in great force in Washington City the week before the Convention was called to meet in Baltimore, and caucused the ..."

2. The Bailey Controversy in Texas: With Lessons from the Political Life-story by William Alexander Cocke (1908)
"They [this crowd of bulldozers that came down with "Captain" Joe] stayed awhile there and caucused around, and I was the only Independent there, ..."

3. A History of the National Political Conventions of the Current Presidential by Murat Halstead (1860)
"The Democratic politicians assembled in. great force in Washington City the week before the Convention was called to meet in Baltimore, and caucused the ..."

4. Reports of Committees by United States Congress. Senate (1884)
"—A. Didn't want to come up that far for nothing; and they caucused around and Bill Webb told me that he told them not to go over there where these men were, ..."

5. The New Fiction: And Other Essays on Literary Subjects by Henry Duff Traill (1897)
"... is to be ' worked,' ' managed,' ' caucused,' by pushing members of the commercial capitalist class. C. Quite so; and since imagination and feeling, ..."

6. Woodrow Wilson and His Work by William Edward Dodd (1921)
"Thornwell, Palmer, Hoge of Virginia, and Adger made the Wilson home their headquarters and there caucused as to what was best to do, what was the best ..."

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