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Sentence count:20Posted:2017-03-23Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: enfranchisefranchisefranchiseefrancisco francofrancfranceranchstanchionMeaning: [ɪn'fræntʃaɪz]  adj. endowed with the rights of citizenship especially the right to vote. 
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1. Women in Britain were first enfranchised in 1918.
2. In Britain women were enfranchised in 1918.
3. She acted as if she were an enfranchised male.
4. South Africa's new constitution enfranchised 28 million blacks.
5. This legislation enfranchised many thousands of people.
6. After each new wave of immigrants became enfranchised, they began electing people of their own background, she said.
7. Like many another newly enfranchised 18-year-olds,(sentencedict .com) I voted Conservative in 1979.
8. Democracy is no benefit to those enfranchised.
9. The 19th Amendment enfranchised women in 1920.
10. Here, three women, newly enfranchised to vote, cast their ballots in New York in 1917.
11. If the city's foreign residents are enfranchised, they won't be able to vote until 1996.
12. Countries, 30 languagesUnexpected users from everywhere are enfranchised into the world of technology.
13. The slaves were enfranchised.
14. The newly enfranchised majority has decided to formulate law on the same principle of legal plunder that was used by their predecessors when the vote was limited.
15. Slaves were enfranchised in the mid - 19 th century.
16. The existing law stated that only those who had been granted citizenship would be enfranchised.
17. So far from allowing that number might increase, in 1769 he even favoured a reduction of the number of the enfranchised.
18. It was also attributable to the increasing demands and expectations of the newly enfranchised working population.
19. It seemed to me that he found it difficult fully to understand why, in a country where workers were enfranchised , there was still no workers' government.
20. In the process, diplomats worry, the actions of the United States could even nudge the Arab Spring toward radicalism by angering newly enfranchised citizens of democratic nations.
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