A platform where candidates in an election give speeches.(noun)
An assembly, especially one of the retainers of a ruler.(noun)
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Use "husting" in a sentence
"A union spokesman said the GMB is to urge tied licensee members to attend local "husting" meetings organised by community groups where would-be MPs take questions from the public."
"An up and coming husting for the LGBT community in Cardiff has been planned for the 19 April according to a report on our Welsh Elections 2011 map – a report on a hustings in Cardiff north last Friday was also submitted."
"Too, during this Barry husting, it was evident there were few substantive policy differences amongst them."