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Sentence count:171+4 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-16Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: appointchoosepickselectvote forSimilar words: selectelectricselectedelectionselectionelectronicelectricalelectronicsMeaning: [ɪ'lekt]  n. an exclusive group of people. v. 1. select by a vote for an office or membership 2. choose. adj. 1. selected as the best 2. elected but not yet installed in office. 
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1. First-year students may elect French, Spanish, or German.
2. Councils should be answerable to the people who elect them.
3. The people of the Philippines have voted to elect a new president.
4. The purpose of this meeting is to elect a new chairman.
5. Cardinals elect and advise the Pope.
6. Concentrators in geological sciences elect either geology or geography.
7. Unions would elect their leadership by secret postal ballot.
8. Who's going to elect a geriatric President?
9. Voters always elect the candidate most tuned in to their needs.
10. Increasing numbers of people elect to work from home nowadays.
11. You can elect to delete the message or save it.
12. I elect to stay.
13. Clinton's past indiscipline helped to elect Bush.
14. Should the people elect their representatives?
15. Delegates are regarded as mandated by those who elect them to support specific policies and to return to explain their subsequent decisions.
16. They can elect legislators who have the power to impose their will on judges through one means or another.
17. Otherwise we just elect a few representatives who can totally ignore our wishes for several years after we have counted the votes.
18. The members could still elect local officers,(http://sentencedict.com/elect.html) but it was like electing your classmates to student council.
19. Washington voters usually elect moderate Republicans and Democrats who could work together in Congress or in Olympia.
20. Foreseeing the need to elect his successor when the time came, Omar designated a body of electors charged with the task.
21. Each class will elect two students to represent them on the School Council.
22. He called forth again the language of the elect, but turned it from the Puritan community to the whole nation.
23. We are going to hold a rally next month to elect a new leader.
24. Austrian voters went to the polls this weekend to elect a successor to the President.
25. After several years of Republican government(Sentencedict.com), the pendulum will undoubtedly swing back and voters will elect a Democrat.
26. Voters are due to go to the polls on Sunday to elect a new president.
27. The country goes to the polls on May 7th to elect local councillors.
28. Several women took over powerful committee chairmanships and a growing bloc of 14 Latinos helped elect Bustamante speaker.
29. The United States is one of the few democracies that does not allow its citizens to elect their national chief executive directly.
30. Your editorial accusing San Francisco gay and lesbian voters of being irresponsible for helping elect Willie Brown mayor is just another example.
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