logroll

verb
log·roll | \ˈlȯg-ˌrōl, ˈläg-\
logrolled; logrolling; logrolls

Definition of logroll 

intransitive verb

: to take part in logrolling

transitive verb

: to promote passage of by logrolling

Other Words from logroll

logroller noun

First Known Use of logroll

1835, in the meaning defined at intransitive sense

History and Etymology for logroll

back-formation from logrolling

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The first known use of logroll was in 1835

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