Antonyms for disfranchise

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When the work is done, it is unfair to disfranchise any of the participants.

To disfranchise women is deliberately to turn from knowledge and grope in ignorance.

The Democrats, seeing this, are now determined to disfranchise them.

Thomas Jones dared him to combat by accusing Ministers of seeking to disfranchise Ireland by corrupt means.

He would support a bill to disfranchise Dudley, and support another to enfranchise Old Sarum.

The laws were so arranged as effectually to disfranchise those who had no property.

Its purport is to disfranchise all the people of color who were citizens of the free states.

The effect of putting them under admonition was to disfranchise them; it was one of Cotton's ingenuities of the sanctuary.

He wanted a special commission to disfranchise such persons.

He was not afraid that at some distant period the blacks of the South would rise and disfranchise the whites.

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