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voteless

[voht-lis] /ˈvoʊt lɪs/
adjective
1.
lacking or without a vote.
2.
denied the right to vote, especially in political elections.
Origin of voteless
1665-1675
First recorded in 1665-75; vote + -less
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  • Nobody says that most voteless men regarded a vote as unmanly.

    What's Wrong With The World G.K. Chesterton
  • If this were the case, it would infallibly appear in his manner towards our voteless friend.

    Aliens William McFee
  • But the women's plea has been that, as they are voteless, these methods have been necessary to call attention to their demands.

    The Rise of the Democracy

    Joseph Clayton
  • Do they want a voteless Negro in a Republic founded upon universal suffrage?

  • Even the lethargic, voteless clay-eaters sat up and took notice like a nest of snakes in the sunshine.

    The Red Debt

    Everett MacDonald
  • Not for the world would I have revealed the damning fact that I was a voteless undergraduate.

    Fifteen Chapters of Autobiography George William Erskine Russell
  • Do they want a voteless Negro in a republic founded upon universal suffrage?

  • "You belong to a voteless race and I can't give you a berth," said the ticket agent.

    The Hindered Hand Sutton E. Griggs
  • This is what happened to the Negro when the South was left alone to deal with him and when he was voteless.

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