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Definition of "canvasser" []

  • Someone who goes through a region soliciting votes in an election, or conducting a public opinion poll (noun)

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Use "canvasser" in a sentence
  • "Any canvasser is free to add other Dems 'literature when they doorbell, but they'll have to find non-endorsed lit on their own."
  • "Sounds like the 'phone canvasser is doing unknowns and potential squeezes and would therefore only expect a smallish proportion of new Labour iDs."
  • "It was the kind of manner that he might have shown to a titled canvasser just before an election."