enfranchise[ en-fran-chahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF enfranchise
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENFRANCHISE
"Death alone can enfranchise them from their servitude," has said Para-Brahma.
By enfranchising the women of this country, you enfranchise humanity.
We are not asking Congress to enfranchise us, because it does not possess that power.
In 1891 a bill was presented to enfranchise women by statute.
The Mother Colony seems likely to be the next to enfranchise women.
A bill to enfranchise widows and spinsters was pending in Parliament.
You give to all who ask, and enfranchise all who serve you assiduously.
Were he to enfranchise them and pay them wages for work, they would get the wages but he would not get the work.
The first may free a man from himself, it may enfranchise him from egotism.
He would support a bill to disfranchise Dudley, and support another to enfranchise Old Sarum.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR ENFRANCHISE
- bail out
- cut loose
- let loose
- let off
- let off the hook
- let out
- put on the street
- set free
- turn loose
- turn out