Antonyms for elective

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On the same ground might the authority of all elective political and other posts be questioned.

An elective course in the history of American education is highly desirable.

Probably no two colleges administer the elective system in the same way.

Office Holding: Women are not eligible to any elective office.

Office Holding: Women are not eligible for any elective office.

This does not, however, include appointive or elective offices.

The term of office of an elective member shall be ten years.

Goethe says in his “Elective Affinities” that we cannot escape the atmosphere we breathe.

In every case there was a Governor, who was assisted by some sort of elective assembly.

Our fourth Edward, like John, affected an elective right to the crown.

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