canvass

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canvass

verb

Definition of CANVASS

1
to go around and approach (people) with a request for opinions or information <we canvassed people all over town, asking if they would be interested in participating in a recycling program>
Related Words circularize; interrogate, question; feel (out), sound (out)
Near Antonyms report
2
to talk about (an issue) usually from various points of view and for the purpose of arriving at a decision or opinion <canvassed all the items on the agenda>
Synonyms agitate, argue, bandy, bat (around or back and forth), canvass (also canvas), debate, dispute, hash (over or out), moot, talk over

Variants of CANVASS

canvass also canvas

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