Caucus in a Sentence  🔊

Definition of Caucus

a gathering of individuals who come together to work for a shared objective – generally political in nature

Examples of Caucus in a sentence

The Black Student Caucus is holding a cultural diversity workshop in the media center on Saturday.  🔊

When the legislative caucus meets, they will discuss a new proposal on gun control.  🔊

I wonder what names will come up as possible presidential candidates during next month’s electoral caucus.  🔊

Before the student government caucus, Heather needs to make copies of the meeting’s agenda.  🔊

The students planned a caucus to discuss alternatives to the school’s strict dress code.  🔊

At the end of the caucus, we should have two names for the election ballot.  🔊

The leaders of the highest oil-producing countries will meet in a caucus to converse about the dwindling supply of natural resources.  🔊

During the Latino Congressional Caucus, plans were made to increase Latino involvement in politics.  🔊

The leaders of the church will hold a caucus to discuss the applicants who have applied to be the new youth minister.  🔊

After the votes of the caucus were tallied, a new party chairman was announced.  🔊

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