n.: From the Greek "poly" ("many") and the French "tete" (head" or "face," as in "tete-a-tete": head to head or face to face). Hence "polytetien", a person of two or more faces. [Martin Pitt
a person active in party politics
a person who approaches a question with an open mouth
a person who approaches every subject with an open mouth
An eel in the fundamental mud upon which the superstructure of organized society is reared. When we wriggles he mistakes the agitation of his tail for the trembling of the edifice. As compared with the statesman, he suffers the disadvantage of being alive.
One versed or experienced in the science of government; one devoted to politics; a statesman.
One primarily devoted to his own advancement in public office, or to the success of a political party; -- used in a depreciatory sense; one addicted or attached to politics as managed by parties (see Politics, 2); a schemer; an intriguer; as, a mere politician.
a schemer who tries to gain advantage in an organization in sly or underhanded ways
a person who participates directly in politics (usually party politics) as candidate for or holder of public office. Politicans often rate low in public esteem, as lacking integrity ("they'll promise anything to get elected"), but many politicians would say this is an unfair characterization of them. They would point out that many of them are motivated by a genuine desire for public service, and that they have to work in an imperfect system that demands flexibility and a willingness to compromise if anything is to be accomplished.
a guy who shakes your hand before an election and your confidence afterwards
a representative of the people who elect him
a person who is running for office or has won an election and is already in office.
a man that is ready to sacrifice your life for his country
a man who can be verbose in fewer words than anyone less
a man who is interested in good government
a man who never met a tax he didn't try to hike
a leader engaged in civil administration
a people person and must be a great leader making his or her citizens believe in his or her policies as the best for all concerned
To dream of a politician, denotes displeasing companionships, and incidences where you will lose time and means. If you engage in political wrangling, it portends that misunderstandings and ill feeling will be shown you by friends. For a young woman to dream of taking interest in politics, warns her against designing duplicity
a creature of ambition, especially those vying for higher office
a pathetic creature
noun: a person primarily interested in political office for selfish or other narrow usually shortsighted reasons Â© 2000 by Merriam-Webster, Incorporated
a fellow who gives you the key to the city after he's taken everything worth having (p
a fellow who will lay down your life for his country
The fellow who's got what it takes to take what you've got.
a lawyer gone bad
a lawyer to his followers
a person with too few morals and ethics to stay a lawyer
an animal that can sit on a fence and keep both ears to the ground," HL Mencken once wrote--in a statement that nicely captures the
an animal which can sit on a fence and yet keep both ears to
an animal which can sit on a week, CBS News broadcast pictures of a handful of smirking military police guard to stitch the wound of a detainee
an arse upon which every
an arse upon which everyone has sat except a man
an arse upon which everyone has set except a man
a person who can make waves and then make you think he's the only one who can save the ship
a person who thinks twice before he says nothing
a special breed of human being, and if you think that he is in it for you republican or democrat you are the bigest fool in the world