Definition of caucusgoer in English:

caucusgoer

noun

US
  • A person attending a caucus.

    ‘the leading Republican in polls of Iowa caucusgoers’
    • ‘Thursday's column underestimated the number of caucusgoers in the state of Washington.’
    • ‘Based on current turnout predictions, the party may end up spending $145 on advertisements per caucusgoer.’
    • ‘There remains, in the eyes of your typical caucusgoer, a healthy dose of skepticism about the budget deal.’
    • ‘The average caucusgoer here is over 50.’
    • ‘The questions enabled her to give the answer every caucusgoer in corn-rich Iowa needs to hear: "I support all kinds of ethanol."’

Pronunciation

caucusgoer

/ˈkɔːkəsˌɡəʊə/