Synonyms for voted

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Mr. Gladstone voted silently for the bill which became a law.

It was found that ninety-three Liberals had voted with the majority.

Statues and monuments also were voted by most of our principal cities.

It had been voted without debate at the very close of the session.

At last, he was voted mad, and lost his work in the Yard, and could get no other work.

The politician for whom the voter had voted got in by five hundred and fifty-five votes.

After the demolition of that party he voted with the Democrats.

He voted the Whig ticket as long as the old Whig party had an existence.

I know that in Buffalo they were at first voted down by a large majority.

For property that had been devastated or destroyed a similar maximum of compensation was voted.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-15c., from Latin votum "a vow, wish, promise, dedication," noun use of neuter of votus, past participle of vovere "to promise, dedicate" (see vow).