noun, (usually used with a singular verb)
politics based on strict adherence to the policies and principles of a political party regardless of the public interest; partisan loyalism.
politics conducted through, by, or for parties, as opposed to other interests or the public good
the practice of focusing on the aims and interests of a political party rather than the public good
[poo-per] /ˈpu pər/ noun, Slang. 1. a person who hasn’t the interest or vitality to participate actively in a social party and whose mood, attitude, or personality lessens others’ enjoyment; killjoy. /ˈpuːpə/ noun 1. (informal) a person whose behaviour or personality spoils other people’s enjoyment noun phrase A morose, pessimistic person; killjoy, wet blanket: No […]
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noun 1. a small plastic cylinder which, when a string is pulled, makes a small bang and fires thin paper streamers into the air
noun 1. a wall used, or usable, as a part of contiguous structures. noun 1. (property law) a wall separating two properties or pieces of land and over which each of the adjoining owners has certain rights
noun, Politics. 1. (def 21).