American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Informal A politician.
- n. A politician.
“Cao the pol is still a work in progress, he acknowledges.”
“If the indicted pol is convicted, the campaign funds should be seized and turned over to the state's Clean Election program.”
“It just seems wierd to say in one breath that a pol is playing to his racist base, and in the next to predict his demise for doing so.”
“Past, reliance on instinct seems to be a round-about way to support traditionalist and populist ideals in politics.”
“In fact, getting involved in politics in China is a horrible career move if you ultimately aspire to, um, be involved in politics in China: It’s too easy to make a misstep and remove yourself from the running completely.”
“Later we learn that none of the facts surrounding the woman’s death as related by the emotional pol is accurate.”
“A poll is a pol is a poll,,, think I will just wait on the vote.”
“They also recall the pol who "want (ed) to be buried in Chicago (when he died) so (he could) stay active in politics.”
“Australia has expanded its network of so-called pol-mil (political/military) talks and regional security dialogues to include now ten regional countries.”
“In NH you can see if a pol is the real deal - authentic.”
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