Definitions of "canvass"
  1. A thorough examination or investigation of something in detail
  2. The process of bringing a particular matter under discussion or debate
  3. The act of scrutinizing a specific area or contacting individuals in order to gather opinions or sentiments, or solicit support or orders
  4. The action of actively seeking votes or orders
How to use "canvass" in a sentence
  1. The candidate's team planned to canvass the entire city before the elections.
  2. The researcher decided to canvass the topic thoroughly before presenting it at the conference.
  3. They decided to canvass the rural areas to understand the impact of the new agricultural policy.

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