What is another word for campaign?

Pronunciation: [kampˈe͡ɪn] (IPA)

A campaign can refer to a focused effort to promote or achieve a specific cause or goal over a set period of time. Synonyms for campaign include drive, push, initiative, crusade, movement, movement, mission, operation, undertaking, and project. A drive implies a strong effort to achieve a particular end, while a push implies a determined effort to reach a specific outcome. An initiative is a new approach or idea to achieve a particular goal, while a crusade suggests an intense or long-term effort to support a cause or belief. A movement is a collective effort to achieve a social or political change, while a mission is a specific objective to accomplish a goal that requires effort, resources, and support. An operation is a systematic action to achieve a specific outcome, while an undertaking is an effort to accomplish a challenging or significant endeavor.

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What are the hypernyms for Campaign?

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What are the opposite words for campaign?

The word campaign typically represents a series of actions taken to achieve a particular goal or objective, often in a strategic or organized manner. Antonyms are words that have opposite meanings to a particular word. The antonyms for campaign could include words such as haphazard, unplanned, unorganized, sporadic, and disorganized. These words indicate a lack of structure or planning and suggest a more casual or impromptu approach to achieving a goal. While a campaign implies a deliberate and focused effort, its antonyms suggest a more casual or unpredictable approach, which may not yield the desired outcome.

What are the antonyms for Campaign?

  • n.

    attempt to win; attack

Usage examples for Campaign

They were weary of watching for the fire which did not come licking through the prairie grass, and a special campaign train bearing a prospective President of our United States was expected to pass through Hope that afternoon.
"Lonesome Land"
B. M. Bower
When, later, I finally decided on a Polar campaign, extra ship supplies, contributed from the boat, were stored at Annoatok.
"My Attainment of the Pole"
Frederick A. Cook
There was not a man in town, all being absent on a distant hunting campaign.
"My Attainment of the Pole"
Frederick A. Cook

Famous quotes with Campaign

  • I didn't want to engage in a campaign where I was defending myself on those issues at every turn, so I just decided that I'd switch and run as a Republican.
    Rodney Alexander
  • The Reagan Administration, generally regarded as having conducted the most successful Transition of modern times, had managed during the election campaign to build bridges to the Democrats in some areas, notably foreign and national security policy.
    Richard V. Allen
  • So long as war is the main business of nations, temporary despotism - despotism during the campaign - is indispensable.
    Walter Bagehot
  • If George W. Bush is given a second term, and retains a Republican Congress and a compliant federal judiciary, he and his allies are likely to embark on a campaign of political retribution the likes of which we haven't seen since Richard Nixon.
    Paul Begala
  • My view was that the campaign had been a sacred thing, that it had been a real compact, because I was there and I saw the connection that Clinton made with people, and the connection that they made with him.
    Paul Begala

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