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balloted

See definition of balloted on Dictionary.com
  • as inpoll
  • as invote
  • as inelect

synonyms for balloted

  • canvass
  • enroll
  • examine
  • interview
  • register
  • survey
  • tally
  • ballot
  • list
  • sample
  • vote
  • send up a balloon
  • test the waters
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antonyms for balloted

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  • ignore
  • neglect
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How to use balloted in a sentence

Some time after, the Emperor wanted more men, and by some mistake the first man was balloted a second time.
MOODY'S STORIESDWIGHT LYMAN MOODY
Mr. Gladstone was as much chosen by the House of Commons as if the members had sat in their seats and balloted for him.
THE CRITICAL PERIOD OF AMERICAN HISTORYJOHN FISKE
Another suggestion, that members should be balloted for anew every five years, would simply cause clubs to be depopulated.
LOST LEADERSANDREW LANG
For ten days the Charleston convention wrangled over the platform and balloted for the nomination of a candidate.
HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATESCHARLES A. BEARD AND MARY R. BEARD
So that only fourteen balloted; that is to say, five councillors, and nine of the Council of Ten.
THE WORKS OF LORD BYRON, VOLUME 4LORD BYRON
And a committee of five was balloted for and chosen accordingly, for the purpose of waiting on the President.
ABRIDGMENT OF THE DEBATES OF CONGRESS, FROM 1789 TO 1856, VOL. I (OF 16)THOMAS HART BENTON
If neither of the two had above half, that which had fewest shall be cast out, and the remaining opinion shall be balloted again.
THE COMMONWEALTH OF OCEANAJAMES HARRINGTON
The first day on which a committee could be balloted for was June 26, 1781.
PRIVATE LETTERS OF EDWARD GIBBON (1753-1794) VOLUME 1 (OF 2)EDWARD GIBBON
We have balloted for the 34th time this morning, and the result is still the same.
THE LIFE OF ALBERT GALLATINHENRY ADAMS
They balloted for who should distribute them, and Lucy was chosen.
IN THE WHIRL OF THE RISINGBERTRAM MITFORD
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