vote[ voht ]SEE DEFINITION OF vote
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VOTE
A vote was taken on the question of exile, and the black pebbles predominated.
The ministry escaped censure when the vote was taken by a bare majority.
Members that never attended were drummed up to vote against the bill.
It came to a vote, and it was stricken out, two to one in the vote.
It should have come when the right to vote was granted to women in the Church.
I never give my vote without my interest, nor my interest without my vote.
My vote, interest, and influence, have consequently been all in his favour.
And pray, had I the honour of your vote in the last election!
I am not wanted at any public office, or to give any vote anywhere else.
In the meantime I vote that we do not trouble ourselves about him.