Definition of "strategizing" [strategizing]

  • Present participle of strategize. (verb)

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Use "strategizing" in a sentence
  • "All this political strategizing is an acceptance of the status quo."
  • "For those of us engaged in long term strategizing on marijuana law reform, the plan is the same as it would have been if Prop 19 had won: to put the issue to voters in states where public opinion polls show majority support for legalizing marijuana, and to introduce similar bills in state legislatures."
  • "In addition to the challenges above, the movement is in transition to a new stage of nationwide local organization and long-term strategizing, at the same time as it faces increasing repression and human rights violations."