Synonyms for appointive

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Even the men in the appointive offices did not venture to say he had much force.

This means that his office was appointive, and that he was a tithe-squeezer or tax-farmer.

By the provisions of the law even the jury lists could be controlled by appointive officers.

Appointive positions, also, which women might legally hold are practically withheld from them because of their lack of the ballot.

Office Holding: Women are not eligible to any office, elective or appointive, except that they may serve as notaries public.

Office Holding: Women are eligible to all elective or appointive School offices except where it is forbidden by special charters.

Women are thus barred from every elective and appointive office, even that of notary public.

They are also found as clerks, copyists and stenographers in the various elective and appointive State, city and county offices.

Never was appointive officer so oblivious of facts in his reports to his superior, as was Carrington.

I should prefer that the delegate was made elective, but if this is not deemed wise, then make him appointive.

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electoral

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