- v. present participle of stump.
- n. campaigning for something by making political speeches (stump speeches)
“She also has benefited from local preachers stumping from the pulpit.”
“Living in Richmond, Deeds stumping is quite less than McDonnell.”
“Once they begin stumping for their spouses, they and their words are fair game.”
“Of the original ten contenders for the nomination, most of the key players - including Graham, Edwards, Clark and Gephardt - have already endorsed Kerry, with Clark and Gephardt taking particularly active roles in stumping for the nominee.”
“I'VE got to go and begin stumping out the elderberry pasture this afternoon," said Peter dolefully.”
“Tell Uncle Roger that, and say if to-morrow is the end of the world that there is no good in stumping any more fields," I suggested.”
“Samuel Bodman, the previous secretary of energy under the Bush administration, spent his short term stumping for nuclear power plant construction, polluting the hell out of the Earth, profiting off global warming ..”
“Mr. Clinton's reputation took a hit during the primary fight, and his stumping could be a mixed blessing.”
“Then point me to a Democratic blog that documents this "stumping".”
“I feel a bit like Bill Clinton, stumping for Hilary when I write these ,,, though someone better explain to Bill the limits of what 'stumping' means, should Hilary get in and Bill is put in charge of hiring the interns.”
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