nominate, put up, put forward(verb)
propose as a candidate for some honor
digest, abide, evoke, tolerate, put forward, support, house, tin, can, endure, appoint, put up, post, stick out, call down, conjure, make, state, arouse, assert, offer, invoke, propose, conjure up, stomach, erect, raise, stir, provide, call forth, brook, set up, domiciliate, name, suffer, bring up, stand, rear, posit, contribute, constitute, submit, bear
put forward; nominate for appointment to an office or for an honor or position
"The President nominated her as head of the Civil Rights Commission"
name, nominate, make(verb)
charge with a function; charge to be
"She was named Head of the Committee"; "She was made president of the club"
wee-wee, take, hit, bring in, key out, refer, construct, draw, cook, have, piddle, hold, distinguish, piss, constitute, discover, do, reach, earn, make believe, get to, diagnose, shit, defecate, lay down, make water, name, pass water, stimulate, progress to, create, crap, bring up, take a shit, pretend, advert, gain, ready, establish, realize, list, make up, propose, give, attain, pull in, induce, form, pee, make, wee, ca-ca, get, describe, prepare, micturate, identify, take in, score, put forward, build, throw, arrive at, pee-pee, cite, relieve oneself, spend a penny, mention, puddle, take a crap, clear, appoint, produce, put up, call, take a leak, key, cause, urinate, work, fix, realise, stool, seduce
appoint, name, nominate, constitute(verb)
create and charge with a task or function
"nominate a committee"
found, form, put up, list, appoint, identify, represent, be, bring up, mention, name, describe, advert, plant, put forward, comprise, establish, key out, propose, institute, diagnose, call, charge, discover, make up, distinguish, cite, refer, key, make, constitute
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The president should go forward and nominate the most liberal candidate possible.
It is my firm belief that whoever may succeed my father as Chair at each company should be someone who is not a Trustee of my father’s trust or otherwise intertwined in Sumner Redstone family matters, but rather a leader with an independent voice, i was honored to nominate Les as the CBS Chair and am delighted to congratulate him on his new position.
If New Democrats nominate a white male, that person on one hand might seem less threatening to moderate voters who maybe have somewhat conservative racial views, on the other hand, that candidate, given what the Democratic Party base looks like these days, is going to have to campaign somewhat more explicitly on issues that matter to minority groups.
For the sake of our party and country, we must move to overcome the divisiveness and vulgarity Donald Trump has brought into the political arena, or we will certainly lose our chance to defeat the Democratic nominee and reverse President Obama’s failed policies, the only path that remains to nominate a Republican rather than Donald Trump is to have an open convention.
If we nominate Hillary, then she can continue to abuse her base, every progressive idea we come up with they throw under the bus.
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