politick

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verb pol·i·tick \ ˈpä-lə-ˌtik \

Definition of politick

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

politicker

noun

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Origin and Etymology of politick

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


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