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Synonyms for elect

to select by vote for an office

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to make a choice from a number of alternatives

singled out in preference

one that is selected

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an exclusive group of people

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select by a vote for an office or membership

choose

selected as the best

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elected but not yet installed in office

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Romney has stepped up and helped good, electable conservatives win.
The Republican who would he the most electable would he the answer to this question: Which candidate is most able to expand the Republican base by drawing in new (young) voters and independents?
I urge you to join me in supporting Rick Santorum as the most electable conservative in the race for the Republican nomination for President.
Palin, a GOP favorite but probably not electable in the general election, still has everyone guessing.
The BJP can't come to terms with the fact that the Congress is electable again and again.
Half of the upper house or Shura Council's 176 electable seats will be contested in the coming elections.
THESE latest revelations about Griffin's links with a band of thugs who lynched black and Jewish citizens will remove any remaining idea the BNP is electable in any way, shape or form.
Much of Clinton's current campaign positioning is based on her claim that she is more electable against John McCain next November.
Speaking on GMTV's Sunday Programme, the strongly pro-European Mr Clarke advised: "One thing that will make a Conservative Party electable.
The party was made electable through the defeat of the Left, a defeat due to the power of the trades unions and the leadership of Neil Kinnock, who paved the way for Blair's assumption of power.
They suggest Hillary would be the Democrats' most formidable candidate precisely because she's the most electable.
No electable administration - Republican or Democratic - will shape its foreign policy by these protests.
It has shed those distinctive policies that made the old Reform Party at least exciting, if not electable.
The former front-runner, Howard Dean, was labeled too secular to be electable.
John XXIII would not have been electable in 1958 due to age, but if the popes before him had been held to the 75-year age limit or the 10-year term limit, he might have been elected 15 years earlier.