Definition of Politico

1. Noun. A person active in party politics.

Exact synonyms: Pol, Political Leader, Politician
Generic synonyms: Leader
Specialized synonyms: Campaigner, Candidate, Nominee, Communist, Demagog, Demagogue, Rabble-rouser, Democrat, Federalist, Labourite, Hack, Machine Politician, Political Hack, Ward-heeler, Mugwump, Noncandidate, Boss, Party Boss, Political Boss, Party Liner, Party Man, Republican, Sachem, Socialist, Standard-bearer, National Leader, Solon, Statesman, Technocrat, Whig, Grigori Aleksandrovich Potemkin, Grigori Potemkin, Grigori Potyokin, Potemkin, Potyokin
Specialized synonyms: Astor, Nancy Witcher Astor, Viscountess Astor, Alben Barkley, Alben William Barkley, Barkley, 1st Baron Beaverbrook, Beaverbrook, William Maxwell Aitken, Bradley, Thomas Bradley, Tom Bradley, Boy Orator Of The Platte, Bryan, Great Commoner, William Jennings Bryan, Aaron Burr, Burr, Chase, Salmon P. Chase, Salmon Portland Chase, Charles Joseph Clark, Clark, Joe Clark, Clay, Henry Clay, The Great Compromiser, Clinton, Dewitt Clinton, Crockett, David Crockett, Davy Crockett, Douglas, Little Giant, Stephen A. Douglas, Stephen Arnold Douglas, Houston, Sam Houston, Samuel Houston, Jackson, Jesse Jackson, Jesse Louis Jackson, Glenda Jackson, Jackson, Andre Maginot, Maginot, Joseph Mccarthy, Joseph Raymond Mccarthy, Mccarthy, Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Moynihan, Mullah Mohammed Omar, Mullah Omar, Peel, Robert Peel, Sir Robert Peel, Jeannette Rankin, Rankin, Nellie Ross, Nellie Tayloe Ross, Ross, Seward, William Henry Seward, Daniel Webster, Webster
Derivative terms: Politics, Politics



Definition of Politico

1. Noun. (context: colloquial often derogatory) A politician. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Politico

1. one who politicks [n -COS or -COES] - See also: politicks

Lexicographical Neighbors of Politico

politicizations
politicize
politicized
politicizer
politicizers
politicizes
politicizing
politick
politicked
politicker
politickers
politicking
politickings
politicks
politicly
politico (current term)
politico-
politico-economic
politico-economically
politicoeconomic
politicoeconomically
politicoes
politicoethical
politicogeographical
politicos
politics
polities
politique
politiquely
politiquera

Literary usage of Politico

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Trend of History: Origins of Twentieth Century Problems by William Kay Wallace (1922)
"The individualist basis of the politico-juridic theory of State under middle class control had led to the formulation of the thesis that the State exists ..."

2. Guide to Materials for the History of the United States in the Principal by Herbert Eugene Bolton (1913)
"Expenses of the jefe politico of Texas. Pay for the Texas deputation in Congress. Resignation of Bartolome Baca as jefe politico of New Mexico, ..."

3. Facing the Twentieth Century: Our Country: Its Power and Peril by James Marcus King (1899)
"politico-ecclesiastical Romanism presents claims concerning universal dominion in both spiritual and temporal affairs; concerning the essential character of ..."

4. History of the Life and Times of James Madison by William Cabell Rives (1870)
"BY the resolution of the legislature of Virginia, proposing a politico-commercial convention of the States to consider the expediency of certain altera- ..."

5. Individual Training in Our Colleges by Clarence Frank Birdseye (1907)
"Lotteries for politico-theo- early con- **!*• forces in lobbying the ... This review of the politico-theological history of some of our colleges will help ..."

6. Individual Training in Our Colleges by Clarence Frank Birdseye (1907)
"politico-theological narrowness of early concept. forces in lobbying the ... This review of the politico-theological history of some of our colleges will ..."

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