A lot of kids in college are not aware who are eligible to vote.
This was the first presidential election year you were eligible to vote in.
She was no less passionate because civilians such as herself were not eligible under any circumstances.
The second reason is that widespread corruption allows thousands of eligible conscripts to receive exemption from service.
Second, we focused primarily on which places had the highest numbers of eligible men, percentage-wise.
This board sat for two weeks, and found five men ineligible and eleven eligible.
Though he did not appear in society, he was eligible anywhere.
That the Committee and Sub-Committee shall retire annually, but shall be eligible for re-election.
Who can think of rejecting overtures from so eligible a quarter?
He had kept my letter by him, not daring to open it,—as he says that he did with that eligible invitation.
early 15c., "fit or proper to be chosen," from Middle French eligible "fit to be chosen" (14c.), from Late Latin eligibilis "that may be chosen," from Latin eligere "choose" (see election). Related: Eligibly.