canvasser

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someone who goes through a region soliciting votes in an election, or conducting a public opinion poll
a petitioner who solicits contributions or trade or votes
{i} examiner; solicitor; debater
{n} one who solicits votes, an examiner
someone who conducts surveys of public opinion; "a pollster conducts public opinion polls"; "a headcounter counts heads"
a person who takes or counts votes
someone who examines votes at an election
One who canvasses
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a solicitation of voters or opinions
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a public opinion survey
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to solicit voters or opinions
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{v} to examin, sift, sue for honor
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{n} a sifting or examining
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Search; exploration; solicitation; systematic effort to obtain votes, subscribers, etc
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Examination in the way of discussion or debate
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an inquiry as to whether an eligible candidate for a classified service vacancy would be willing to accept appointment, if offered
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heavy closely woven fabric (used for clothing or chairs or sails or tents)
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To examine by discussion; to debate
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Close inspection; careful review for verification; as, a canvass of votes
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(I) The sections at either end of the boat beyond the seating - (bow canvass and stern canvass), so called because originally the coverings for these sections was made of canvass
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a tent made of canvas
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an oil painting on canvas
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get the opinions (of people) by asking specific questions
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the mat that forms the floor of the ring in which boxers or professional wrestlers compete; "the boxer picked himself up off the canvas"
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{i} examination, careful inspection; solicitation of votes or opinions; discussion, debate
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a large piece of fabric (as canvas) by means of which wind is used to propel a sailing vessel
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To sift; to strain; to examine thoroughly; to scrutinize; as, to canvass the votes cast at an election; to canvass a district with reference to its probable vote
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consider in detail and subject to an analysis in order to discover essential features or meaning; "analyze a sonnet by Shakespeare"; "analyze the evidence in a criminal trial"; "analyze your real motives"
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{f} examine, scrutinize; discuss; solicit votes or opinions
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solicit votes from potential voters in an electoral campaign
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If you canvass public opinion, you find out how people feel about a particular subject. Members of Parliament are spending the weekend canvassing opinion in their constituencies
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an inquiry into public opinion conducted by interviewing a random sample of people
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To go through, with personal solicitation or public addresses; as, to canvass a district for votes; to canvass a city for subscriptions
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To search thoroughly; to engage in solicitation by traversing a district; as, to canvass for subscriptions or for votes; to canvass for a book, a publisher, or in behalf of a charity; commonly followed by for
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If you canvass for a particular person or political party, you go around an area trying to persuade people to vote for that person or party. I'm canvassing for the Conservative Party + canvasser canvassers can·vass·er a Conservative canvasser
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to conduct a survey
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go around asking, as in: Canvass the neighborhood to see if anyone saw the suspect
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the setting for a narrative or fictional or dramatic account; "the crowded canvas of history"; "the movie demanded a dramatic canvas of sound"
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