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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
February 28, 2015
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To speak pompously or dogmatically
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