You canvassed a lot of great filmmakers in Seduced and Abandoned, including Roman Polanski.
Delezen canvassed for Obama in 2008 and went to his inauguration.
Images have been provided to Interpol, and ports, airports and train stations have all been canvassed with images of the girl.
It was the view of far too many of those we canvassed that excluding him would be, as one professor put it, “very silly indeed.”
I canvassed Jerusalem in the 2006 elections for the far right.
Three years later there was another vacancy, and Hugo canvassed the Academicians in turn.
"I canvassed the entire House personally that other time," he said.
Returning home from the inn we took that to pieces and canvassed you, as you know is our usual custom.
It also contends that "the transactions of the Board ought not to be canvassed in the newspapers."
After breakfast the party broke into knots, and canvassed Laxley's behaviour to Evan, which was generally condemned.
c.1500, from alternative spelling of canvas (n.) and probably meaning, originally, "to toss or sift in a canvas sheet," hence "to shake out, examine carefully" (1520s); "to solicit votes" (1550s). The spelling with a double -s- dates from 16c. Cf. Old French canabasser "to examine carefully," literally "to sift through canvas." Related: Canvassed; canvassing. As a noun related to this, attested from c.1600.