noun Also pan·der·er [pan-der-er] /ˈpæn dər ər/ .
verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
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Origin of pander
OTHER WORDS FROM panderpan·der·age, nounpan·der·ism, nounpan·der·ly, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH panderpanda, pander
Example sentences from the Web for pander
Chicago knew how to run against Romney the right-wing panderer, but how do they run against the pseudo-centrist suitor?Michael Tomasky on How Obama Needs to Make Mitt Unacceptable Again|Michael Tomasky|October 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Of late, opponents and reporters have called Romney a panderer and worse.Cheesy Grits, Y’all: In Defense of Mitt Romney’s Political Pandering|Hank Sheinkopf|March 13, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The governor was denounced by Kristol as an “irresponsible” panderer lacking foreign policy “seriousness.”
The doorkeeper's manners underwent an instantaneous change, and from the fierce bully he softened to the fawning panderer.The Gold Hunter's Adventures|William H. Thomes
"Panderer" is not a pretty thing to be called, but the pleasant Messrs. Hilkovitz and Berger swallow it.The Red Conspiracy|Joseph J. Mereto
But your friend, your accomplice, your panderer—the coward who represents you—shall pay for your crime.Louise de la Valliere|Alexandre Dumas, Pere
With this sort of despite I was sufficiently inspired, extending equally to the patron and the panderer.The Guerilla Chief|Mayne Reid
She then undressed the body, placed it naturally in bed, and went out to look for "her Billy," her paramour and panderer in vice.Mississippi Outlaws and the Detectives|Allan Pinkerton