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logrolling

noun log·roll·ing \-ˌrō-liŋ\

Definition of LOGROLLING

1
[from a former American custom of neighbors assisting one another in rolling logs into a pile for burning] :  the exchanging of assistance or favors; specifically :  the trading of votes by legislators to secure favorable action on projects of interest to each one
2
:  the rolling of logs in water by treading; also :  a sport in which contestants treading logs try to dislodge one another

First Known Use of LOGROLLING

1812

Rhymes with LOGROLLING

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