verb (used with object), dis·en·fran·chised, dis·en·fran·chis·ing.
Related formsdis·en·fran·chise·ment [dis-en-fran-chahyz-muh nt, -chiz-] /ˌdɪs ɛnˈfræn tʃaɪz mənt, -tʃɪz-/, noun
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Translation: Disenfranchise voters who traditionally are part of the Democratic coalition, namely minorities.Bigotry Is Back, 60 Years After Brown v. Board of Education|Dean Obeidallah|May 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He implied that the opponents who are calling for him to drop out of the race are seeking to disenfranchise the voters.
But, my bet is she will disenfranchise many moderate Republicans (like me) and turn off independents.
The whole thing is gone, and for my part I wish they'd disenfranchise the borough.
Not only this, but he proposed to the provincial assembly a measure to disenfranchise all persons who have concubines.China, Japan and the U.S.A.|John Dewey
I wish they'd disenfranchise the whole country, and send us a military governor.