Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In ornithology, having primaries (of the kind or to the number specified by a qualifying term): as, long-primaried; nine-primaried.
“Who was the last sitting president to be successfully primaried from the center?”
“DeMint is up for re-election in 2010, and might be primaried from the even-further-right unless he acts like it’s 2004.”
“I don't see anyone here reacting as you claim screaming for dissenters to be 'primaried'.”
“If someone argues that people should be wary of getting "primaried" if they vote against the wishes of their consituents, why was that argument only being made to black politicians who supported Hillary?”
“McLeroy was recently "primaried" off the school board and, as with every single member of the school board, is not an accredited expert in history, sociology or economics.”
“Pelosi that stripped Jefferson of his committees, and the Louisiana Democratic Party that primaried him.”
“Our first winner of the Most Disappointing Democrat Of The Week is not technically a Democrat any more, because Joe Lieberman got successfully "primaried" by a real Democrat, and had to run as an independent.”
“Republicans have learned that if they don't actively court the Tea Party voters, they can quite easily be removed from office -- even if that means losing the seat to a Democrat -- by being "primaried" by a Tea Party candidate.”
“But in safe, liberal seats, people should be getting primaried over this. joe from Lowell Says:”
“He ran the type of campaign that, when used a model for behaving in office, gets Republicans primaried by the Club for Growth – and the lesson the Republicans are learning from the election (if their online message is to be believed) is that Republicans should run as rock-ribbed conservatives.”
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