maneuverer maneuverer


  • (n) a person skilled in maneuvering


  1. Wu is a veteran lawmaker with a reputation as a skilled political maneuverer.
  2. He was known as a congenial back-slapper and talented maneuverer among the House's often-vicious rivalries.
  3. Along the way, Trump has understandably attracted critics, who see him as an artful maneuverer.


  1. As Zogby told Lobe, "Netanyahu is a master-maneuverer who uses every situation to his advantage, but I'm confident that Mitchell is quite attuned to that. And, in any event, we're a long way from the end of the game."
    on Oct 16, 2009 By: John Zogby Source: truthout

  2. "It's being presented as he didn't provide any service. It was just the opposite," Rohrabacher said. "He was a professional political maneuverer par excellence, and he did everything he could for his clients."
    on Jan 9, 2006 By: Dana Rohrabacher Source: FOXNews

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