Antonyms for balloted

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The names of the four candidates were then presented to the Council and balloted.

The first day on which a committee could be balloted for was June 26, 1781.

We have balloted for the 34th time this morning, and the result is still the same.

They balloted for who should distribute them, and Lucy was chosen.

We balloted 27 times, and on each ballot the result was the same; eight States for Jefferson, six for Burr, two divided.

The names of the patricians are balloted annually, and one of the number is chosen as Prior or Governor of the province.

Mulhouse possesses a charming zoological garden, free to subscribers only, who have to be balloted for.

We balloted at last on each name separately, and the five leaders were condemned to death.

Some time after, the Emperor wanted more men, and by some mistake the first man was balloted a second time.

The convention divided between the three candidates, and balloted an entire day without result.