Definitions of "filibuster"
  1. A strategy involving the use of prolonged speeches or other time-consuming tactics to delay or block the progress of legislation in a legislative assembly
  2. The act of employing marathon speeches or obstructive tactics with the intent of delaying or preventing specific actions or decisions, particularly in a legislative environment
  3. The process of being subjected to obstruction tactics such as lengthy speeches or other strategic delays, usually during legislative procedures
How to use "filibuster" in a sentence
  1. The senator decided to filibuster in an attempt to prevent the passage of the bill.
  2. The controversial decision was delayed when the opposing party chose to filibuster.
  3. Despite ongoing negotiations, the committee was subjected to a filibuster, leading to a delay in the decision making process.

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