voters[ voh-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF voters
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VOTERS
The voters believed him, and did not object to four years more.
Became popular with the voters, but had trouble with the Senate.
And of the voters outside, four were found to make common cause with them.
There were meetings, and more meetings, and letter writing, and canvassing of voters.
You cannot know either with certainty, without examining all the voters.
Like other voters, I expressed my own preference on the morning of the election.
The men who believe in suffrage are voters, and must have their parties, of course.
Of the two classes of voters it seemed the men preferred the Indians.
In place of this bill one to submit an amendment to the voters was substituted.
The women did as effective work as the men in getting out the voters.