whistle-stop tour

NOUN
  1. a tour by a candidate as part of a political campaign in which a series of small towns are visited
    in 1948 Truman crossed the country several times on his whistle-stop tours
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How To Use whistle-stop tour In A Sentence

  • My trip, which included Madeira and a whistle-stop tour of the Canary Islands, was filled with a controlled whirl of almost non-stop activities and fun.
  • Finally, there were the ubiquitous Japanese tourists, who were presumably on whistle-stop tours of Oxford with the intention of capturing as much of it on film as possible.
  • My trip, which included Madeira and a whistle-stop tour of the Canary Islands, was filled with a controlled whirl of almost non-stop activities and fun.
  • It was a whistle-stop tour, in which at least twenty prisons would be visited, and he hoped there would be no TV or press. THE SCAR
  • His whistle-stop tour - which included a visit to the Ribble Valley - has given him plenty of material for features on the Red Rose County in tourism and holiday publications.
  • Those on a whistle-stop tour will probably head for Rovaniemi, the Arctic Circle's main Santa centre, which has a dedicated theme park where you can watch the great man and his little helpers at work.
  • John Prescott meanwhile continued his whistle-stop tour of West Yorkshire with a quick trip to Keighley bus station.
  • A whistle-stop tour of the home of Renaissance painting, by gondola, vaporetto and on foot, with Sir Tim as our indefatigable guide.
  • His example has been emulated by almost all top leaders of different parties who have been criss-crossing the highways with their whistle-stop tours, poll after poll.
  • His discussions have been brief in his whistle-stop tour of 18 capitals, with his colleagues giving him a clear picture of what they believe the next commission president should be like.
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