dis·en·fran·chise || ‚dɪsɪn'fræntʃaɪz v. take away rights which belong to a citizen (i.e. right to vote)

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  • disenfranchised — adj. deprived of the rights of citizenship, especially the right to vote. Opposite of {enfranchised}. Syn: disfranchised, voteless. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • disenfranchised — adjective Not represented; especially, not having the right to vote …   Wiktionary

  • disenfranchised — dis|en|fran|chised [ˌdısınˈfræntʃaızd] adj not having any rights, especially the right to vote, and not feeling part of society …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • disenfranchised — adjective deprived of the rights of citizenship especially the right to vote labor was voiceless disenfrenchised masses took to the streets • Syn: ↑disfranchised, ↑voiceless, ↑voteless • Ant: ↑enfranchised …   Useful english dictionary

  • Disenfranchised grief — is a term describing grief that is not acknowledged by society. Examples of events leading to disenfranchised grief are the loss of a pet, a trauma in the family a generation prior[1], the loss of a home or place of residence (particularly in the …   Wikipedia

  • List of constituencies of the United Kingdom Parliament disenfranchised for corruption — This is a list of Parliamentary boroughs in the United Kingdom which were disenfranchised for corruption in the 19th century. References * …   Wikipedia

  • Number of Westminster MPs — Over the history of the House of Commons, the number of Members of Parliament (MPs) has varied for assorted reasons, with increases in recent years due to increases in the population of the United Kingdom. There are currently 650 constituencies,… …   Wikipedia

  • Lishenets — A lishenets (Russian: лишенец), from Russian word лишение, deprivation , properly translated in this context as a disenfranchised, was a person stripped of the right of voting in the Soviet Union of 1918 mdash; 1936. Disenfranchising was a means… …   Wikipedia

  • Suffrage — (from the Latin suffragium , meaning voting tablet , and figuratively right to vote ; probably from suffrago hough , and originally a term for the pastern bone used to cast votes) is the civil right to vote, or the exercise of that right. In that …   Wikipedia

  • Reform Act 1867 — The Reform Act 1867 (also known as the Second Reform Act, and formally titled the Representation of the People Act 1867), 30 31 Vict. c. 102, was a piece of British legislation that enfranchised the urban working class in England and Wales.… …   Wikipedia

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