Examples of politico in a Sentence
a politico who will do anything to win an election
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Another politico from North County, Kurt Bardella, left the party for similar reasons earlier this month.
The challenger also has the backing of politico dynamo Rosie Castro, mother of U.S. Rep. Joaquin Castro and Julián Castro, former San Antonio mayor and former Housing and Urban Development secretary.
Guests included the Lee family, Warriors co-owner Joe Lacob, House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi, Rep. Jackie Speier and a host of other politicos.
Presidents, generals and politicos are held at arm’s length much of the time, though their political expediencies and opportunism are deplored, the more contemptible acts condemned, the egos held up as examples of bloat and corruption.
But listen: Arias is an intellectual and politico who has spent his life reading and writing books, basically.
Those naturally wide eyes of Harrelson’s are a long way from the scowly LBJ squint, the one that revealed a politico of wily resolve and charismatic duplicity.
Interesting to note that Kopp is the son of longtime Bay Area politico Quentin Kopp, who was among Feinstein’s biggest nemeses during her time at City Hall.
Second, the war is mostly infighting among politicos, pundits, politicians, and media people and so far does not necessarily change the realities of the voting public.
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Origin and Etymology of politico
First Known Use: 1630See Words from the same year
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