election

[ ih-lek-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF election

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ELECTION

The young Tory's first election address was delivered upon this occasion.

This was known before the election, so that the result was confidently predicted.

The election of 1964 was a landslide victory for the Democratic Party.

Nor did the service of praise which preceded the election induce a milder spirit.

The morning of the election the sun heaved up on a brassy sky.

All are valuable in an election, and a few of them are honest.

Of course, his marriage was now to be postponed till the election should be over.

These happy days of canvassing, and this freedom of election, could not last for ever.

If we carry the election, your property will rise twenty per cent.

You were free to make your election, and you made it; and the choice was not difficult.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ELECTION

referendum

nounpopular vote on matter
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