disenfranchised

A disenfranchised person is a person who is not part of the political system. This means that they don't have a vote in the election or the voting process.

  • The disenfranchised people are not able to vote because they don't have a citizenship.

  • The disenfranchised people are not able to vote because they are not registered to vote.

Definition of disenfranchised

adjective

deprived of the rights of citizenship especially the right to vote

Synonyms:

disfranchised, voiceless, voteless

Nearby Words

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Example Sentences for disenfranchised

  • 1

    Disenfranchise is to 'deprive of the right to vote'.

  • 2

    The constituency was disenfranchised.

  • 3

    It is illegal to disenfranchise like that.

  • 4

    The lawfulness was disenfranchised by the lawmaker.

  • 5

    The person disenfranchised the rights of the citizens.

  • 6

    The workload disenfranchised the rights of the workers.

  • 7

    They disenfranchised the people's right away.

  • 8

    At this rate it will favour one and disenfranchise the other.

  • 9

    It is a measure to prevent disenfranchisement of the socially disadvantaged.

  • 10

    Rituals attempt to uplift and treat the disenfranchised.