Definition of Caucusses
1. caucus [v] - See also: caucus
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Caucusses
Literary usage of Caucusses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An American Glossary by Richard Hopwood Thornton (1912)
"1800 The caucusses are now carried on more cautiously than heretofore—they now assume the character of tea and card parties. ..."
2. Michigan Law Journal by University of Michigan Dept. of Law (1893)
"This union is effected in caucusses and conventions. The foundation is the primary, ... Good men are discouraged and give up attending caucusses. ..."
3. The Columbian Union: Containing General and Particular Explanations of by Simon Willard (1815)
"ARTICLE V. (T) The manner of electing actors, dispenses with- cavilling caucusses for nominating candidates, and gives every section its due proportion ..."
4. Constitutional Equality a Right of Woman: Or, A Consideration of the Various by Tennessee Claflin Cook (1871)
"If she cannot join your caucusses, b'ecause of the roughness there exhibited, let that element be cast out If she cannot attend the polls, without fear of ..."
5. The Freemasons' Monthly Magazine by Charles Whitlock Moore (1870)
"He spoke of the " Long Room," where the Lodge convened, and where politicians, and clubs, and caucusses often met. There the Massachusetts Grand Lodge was ..."
6. Hansard's Parliamentary Debates by Great Britain Parliament, Thomas Curson Hansard (1842)
"It was known to both sides : and when they asked of the possible corruption that might exist in America, because they held their caucusses ; he asked where ..."