Definitions

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  • n. One who electioneers.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who electioneers.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who electioneers.

Etymologies

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electioneer +‎ -er

Examples

  • It had lain there fifteen years, since the electioneerer had stuck it there as easily as one might place it on a table.

    The Lincoln Story Book

  • He was a great electioneerer, as befitted times when the claims of two rival dynasties virtually met upon the hustings, and he took a prominent part in the great Yorkshire contest of the year 1734.

    Sterne

  • As an electioneerer, I can get away with any of 'em.

    The Entailed Hat Or, Patty Cannon's Times

  • And the old, accustomed electioneerer led the way out to his work.

    Ralph the Heir

  • A very few hours sufficed to show the sea-captain to be a most capital electioneerer for a popular but not enlightened constituency.

    My Novel — Volume 01

  • Afterwards my father made a lucky hit, in getting my Lord Lansmere's custom after an election, in which he did a great deal for the Blues (for he was a famous electioneerer, my poor father).

    My Novel — Volume 04

  • He commenced with being a jockey; then he became an electioneerer; then a Methodist parson; then a builder of houses; and now be has dashed suddenly up to London, rushed into the clubs, mounted a wig, studied an ogle, and walks about the Opera House swinging a cane, and, at the age of fifty-six, punching young minors in the side, and saying tremulously,

    Godolphin, Volume 2.

  • He commenced with being a jockey; then he became an electioneerer; then a Methodist parson; then a builder of houses; and now he has dashed suddenly up to London, rushed into the clubs, mounted a wig, studied an ogle, and walks about the Opera House swinging a cane, and, at the age of fifty-six, punching young minors in the side, and saying tremulously,

    Godolphin, Complete

  • I am not only the politest man, but the best electioneerer: you ought to see me shaking hands with the vibrations, the pump-handle and pendulum, the cross-cut and wiggle-waggle.

    Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, No. 420 Volume 17, New Series, January 17, 1852

  • Hyacinth O'Brien, "said he," as capital an electioneerer as you are,

    Tales and Novels — Volume 02

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