Four million of the 5.85 million disenfranchised are currently out of prison, some on probation and parole.
Scouting taught us to welcome the outcasts and the disenfranchised.
But I will concede that store-bought canisters are for disenfranchised kids—real (as opposed to kidult-size) teens.
The people who feel most disenfranchised—and who plan to turn out in droves to vote against the Democrats this fall—are men.
Right now, millions of Americans are disenfranchised by our political process.
disenfranchised or citizens, allies or aliens, pell-mell the lot of them in we will squeeze.
People write to the Cambridge Magazine saying that every one over forty should be disenfranchised and interned, if not shot.
The constitution can scarcely be called a democratic one, for at least 7000 citizens were disenfranchised.
At least, it would have disenfranchised all Ravick's permanently unemployed "unemployed hunters."
It returned two members to parliament from 1307 until 1832, but was disenfranchised by the Reform Act.