disenfranchise

[ dis-en-fran-chahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF disenfranchise
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The whole thing is gone, and for my part I wish they'd disenfranchise the borough.

I wish they'd disenfranchise the whole country, and send us a military governor.

Not only this, but he proposed to the provincial assembly a measure to disenfranchise all persons who have concubines.

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