[ US /ˈkɑkəs, ˈkɔkəs/ ]
[ UK /kˈɔːkəs/ ]
  1. a closed political meeting
  1. meet to select a candidate or promote a policy
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How To Use caucus In A Sentence

  • Those delegates are pledged to individual candidates based on participation that begins in precinct caucuses on election night and ends in senatorial district caucuses at the state convention. The Texas Primacus–uh, Caucary - Swampland -
  • Unlike the "caucus" threads, the article and reply posts of an "ecumenic" thread can discuss more than one belief, but antagonism is not tolerable. Latest Articles
  • Harkin, antifilibuster quotes from Joe Biden and Barack Obama and the enthusiasm of his colleagues in the classes of 2006 and 2008 in the Democratic caucus. NPR Topics: News
  • Michigan earlier this week raised the prospect of staging a so-called firehouse caucus at which voters cast ballots during the course of a day rather than gathering at a town-hall meeting in the evening, as most caucuses do. Private Funds Could
  • What are the ideas that a new Kerry administration would draw from the congressional Democratic caucus?
  • The National Association of Counties recently formed a Rural Action Caucus, which is growing at a healthy clip.
  • He implored his army of volunteers to get voters to the caucuses tomorrow by any means possible. Times, Sunday Times
  • The use of the term "meeting" in these rules has the same traditional meaning and does not include less formal caucuses or working sessions. NPR Topics: News
  • If you're unexcited about the Iowa caucuses, maybe this lady's enthusiasm will be contagious.
  • Mrs. Honoria leaned her two round arms on the mezzanine rail, and looked long and earnestly down upon the caucussing lobby throng. The Honorable Senator Sage-Brush
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