Examples of politico in a Sentence
a politico who will do anything to win an election
Recent Examples of politico from the Web
Abdelnour, who ran the city clerk’s office for 28 years before retiring in mid-2005, still loves getting out and hobnobbing with friends and politicos.
President Donald Trump surprised politicos and pundits alike by his choice to lead the Republican National Committee.
Boxers can give politicos a run for their money in spinning outcomes.
But more often than not, parody accounts are unsanctioned, and are competitive politicos' way of amusing themselves by trolling the opposition.
The latest politico pointing out just how much the Republican Party has changed under President Trump comes from the inside.
Mallea is a longtime politico who ran Sen. Marco Rubio’s campaign in 2010.
The shutdown of the federal government is keeping some California politicos in Washington, D.C., for the weekend instead of marching on the streets of Los Angeles.
Newsweek notes that the amount raised drew quizzical stares from politicos who were familiar with a traditional inauguration.
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Origin and Etymology of politico
First Known Use: 1630See Words from the same year
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