- military operations for a specific objective.
- Obsolete. the military operations of an army in the field for one season.
verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
Origin of campaign
Examples from the Web for campaigner
Voter fraud isn't our problem,” said Matthew Singer, a veteran ‘get out the vote’ campaigner, “Terribly managed systems [are].GOP-Backed Voter Fraud Laws Aim To Disenfranchise Students|Jake Heller|September 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Fouad Abaza, a Shafiq campaigner in the Nile Delta, listened on the radio to the press conference in Cairo, cheering along.Egypt’s Fractious Presidential Race Reflects a Country Deeply Divided|Lauren Bohn|June 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Obama remains the most vulnerable incumbent in modern memory, and Mitt is certainly improving as a campaigner.Mitt Romney’s Unfavorable Ratings Have Been Rising Since Iowa|Andrew Romano|February 1, 2012|DAILY BEAST
In fact, one of the appealing things about Cain the campaigner is that he seems to be having fun.
Those closest to her thought she had lost her effectiveness as a campaigner.
He passed into the Campaigner's keeping, from which alone he was rescued by the summons of pallid death.
The campaigner had an additional motive in thus providing for her eldest darling.Caught in a Trap|John C. Hutcheson
Crook was an old Indian campaigner who thoroughly understood the nature of the difficult task before him.The Greater Republic|Charles Morris
"You might at least have been so kind as to give me notice," says the Campaigner, still majestic, but ironical.
Whispering Smith was too experienced a campaigner to complain.Whispering Smith|Frank H. Spearman