enfranchise


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  • verb

Synonyms for enfranchise

give the vote

Synonyms

  • give the vote
  • give voting rights
  • grant suffrage
  • grant the franchise
  • grant voting rights

Synonyms for enfranchise

grant freedom to

Synonyms

Related Words

grant voting rights

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Both the Afghan and Iraqi electoral administration bodies made the decision to enfranchise their external voting populations very late in the process.
Kaine's effort to enfranchise felons who have completed their prison sentences.
The desire to enfranchise your senior management in the business by giving them shares in the company is a laudable proposition with some commercial merit.
The new plan promises to enfranchise China's rural poor, a segment of the country's population that has been largely left out of the economic boom.
A bill to enfranchise foreigners was presented to a parliamentary committee in the last extraordinary Diet session, which ended Dec.
41 for an e-top-up, and these price levels are helping to enfranchise a broader customer base.
Renounce inappropriate actions and allow your women the right to enfranchise," he said.
Today she adopts a constitution, which will enfranchise the 160,000,000 adult population which will form the basis of the largest electoral roll in the world.
Yet Downing Street revealed last month that Mr Cameron will give votes to prisoners and today MPs will be asked by the ConDems to enfranchise jailbirds.
King sought more than the passage of a few laws that would enfranchise voters and put an end to segregation.
The Supreme Court decision is out of step with the last century of American progress, where we have been moving to enfranchise voters.
After the First World War, a group of 10 families chose to enfranchise, finally leaving the band in 1928.
The task of these figures of beauty was to enfranchise the audience and acknowledge its power--to designate a territory of shared values between the image and its beholder and, then, in this territory, to argue the ar gument by valorizing the picture's problematic content.