Other definitions for politico- (2 of 2)
a combining form representing political in compound words: politico-religious.
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How to use politico in a sentence
politico has reported that some Republican donors see Scalise as damaged goods.
Last week, a politico reporter phoned me to ascertain my thoughts on the new war.
In her memoir, the Texas politico reveals she had two abortions for medical reasons.
politico reported over the weekend that Sharpton is the de facto liaison for the White House regarding the shooting in Ferguson.
He quoted from a politico article noting that Democrats are talking impeachment up while Republicans are denying it.
The happy and comfortable constitution of the politico-social position must not be sought among the Greeks .We Philologists, Volume 8 (of 18) | Friedrich Nietzsche
He was a great speaker in a debating society, a member of some politico-economical club.The Caxtons, Complete | Edward Bulwer-Lytton
It is clearly a recognition of the fact that the supreme politico-social institution of the time depended upon hand labor.Socialism | John Spargo
We may sum up the politico-military life of Santa Anna by saying that he has been engaged in eight pronunciamientos.Mexico and its Religion | Robert A. Wilson
He also wrote a bitter satire upon the Spanish misrule in Italy, entitled Pietra del paragone politico .Books Fatal to Their Authors | P. H. Ditchfield
British Dictionary definitions for politico (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for politico- (2 of 2)
denoting political or politics: politicoeconomic
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