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politick

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verb pol·i·tick \ˈpä-lə-ˌtik\

Definition of politick

  1. intransitive verb
  2. :  to engage in often partisan political discussion or activity

politicker

noun


Origin and Etymology of politick

back-formation from politicking, noun, from politics + 3-ing


First Known Use: circa 1934

Rhymes with politick

bailiwick, biopic, Bolshevik, bone to pick, call in sick, candlestick, candlewick, cattle tick, cherry-pick, corner kick, Dominic, do the trick, double-quick, EBCDIC, fiddlestick, fingerpick, flutter kick, hemistich, heretic, lunatic, Menshevik, meterstick, needlestick, onside kick, overtrick, point-and-click, politic, polyptych, rhythm stick, scissors kick, shooting stick, singlestick, swagger stick, swizzle stick, taperstick, turn the trick, undertrick, walking stick, Watson-Crick


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