[ UK /kæmpˈe‍ɪnɪŋ/ ]
[ US /kæmˈpeɪnɪŋ/ ]
  1. the campaign of a candidate to be elected
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How To Use campaigning In A Sentence

  • For the past decade they have travelled the world, haranguing its leaders about the effects of globalisation, campaigning for ‘fair trade’ and chanting about the dangers of climate change.
  • Meantime, the challenges of being Rector of Dundee should not daunt Kelly, with her empathetic skills, campaigning experience and endless enthusiasm.
  • The whole area of politics and campaigning is infuriating at times.
  • She is campaigning for what she calls ‘sensible’ gun control, advocating trigger locks, childproof guns and mandatory background checks at gun shows.
  • Committed campaigning on progressive policies is a vehicle to unite people in opposition and for change.
  • Cynics are not surprised that politicians say one thing when they are campaigning and another when they are in power. The Sun
  • Unions campaigning for changes that benefit all workers - organized and unorganized - will demonstrate in a new way the value of unions to the broader population.
  • Former detainees still campaigning for justice have also been singled out. Times, Sunday Times
  • OK, it's just a dopey article about some numbnuts, muttonheaded celebrity campaigning for today's top liberal jerk. Latest Articles
  • Mr. Wyden has been campaigning for such a reform for years from the Democratic backbenches. The Wyden-Ryan Breakthrough
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