- v engage in political activities
This colleague is always politicking
- Although Joan has sanctioned Ted's presidential campaign and promised vaguely to politick for him, she has told her husband flatly she wants to finish her master's first, and she .
- These slates politick via posters adorning the innumerable concrete barriers that define Baghdad's traffic arteries.
- To politick is to try to win.
- Mark Turgeon in Omaha World-Herald (registration)
Long, nerve-racking day,Turgeon said. "I'm never going to sit up here and politick for where we were, but because the league did so well I thought we were pretty much in to the tournament. But tonight helped."
- Barack Obama in Huffington Post (blog)
I didn't come here to politick,Obama, dressed in a black polo and pleated khakis, told the crowd in their "One In A Million" and "Obama 'Ohana" shirts. "I'm going to get a plate lunch. I'm going to go get some shave ice. I might bodysurf...
- Alan Trammell in MLB.com
I would love to politick for him,Trammell said. "I don't know [what the etiquette is] because of my inexperience. But again, it's going to come down to taking guys from different clubs, and somebody always gets squeezed out. Really, this...