from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Someone who logrolls, some who competes in a logrolling.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who engages in logrolling.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In a sawmill, a steam-power machine for loading logs upon the saw-carriage.
- n. One of a number of politicians in a legislative body, united by an agreement, implied or expressed, to further each the other's schemes in consideration of a return in kind; a person habitually addicted to political log-rolling.
Finally, reducing the search for a Stevens replacement to a quest for the most able logroller on the left does nothing to dispel the widespread public perception that conservative judges read the constitution while liberals work the room.
Reducing the search for a Stevens replacement to a quest for the most able logroller on the left does nothing to dispel the widespread public perception that conservative judges closely read the Constitution and apply the law, while liberals stick a finger in the wind and then work the room.
Landing on a piece of floating lumber, he rode the river like a champion logroller and somehow made the catch.
Although the sun finally came out Saturday, it was not the kind of day a logroller wants to take a dip.
Logrolling classes at Madison's West YMCA are a great introduction to the sport and are taught by Shana Martin, a world-champion logroller.