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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
verb intr.: To engage in (usually partisan) political activity.
Back-formation from politicking (engaging in partisan political activity), from politic (pragmatic, shrewd), from Old French politique (political), from Latin politicus (political), from Greek politikos (political), from polis (city). Earliest documented use: 1892.
“The Wise Man, by contrast, doesn’t politick: he is studious, reserved, quiet, and self-effacing.”
Sebastian Hamilton; A Shameful Witch-Hunt; Daily Mail (London, UK); Sep 17, 2016.
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