verb (used with object)
Words nearby gerrymander
Origin of gerrymander
OTHER WORDS FROM gerrymanderger·ry·man·der·er, noun
Examples from the Web for gerrymander
Under such a system all unfairness would disappear, and the gerrymander would be impossible.
If you don't, I shall give the documents in the gerrymander affair to the papers the day after you fail.The Grafters|Francis Lynde
Consequently, every apportionment act involves more or less of the gerrymander.
The gerrymander is not produced by the iniquity of parties, it is the outcome of the district system.
It was from this incident that the word "gerrymander," so often heard in politics in these days, took its name.The Greater Republic|Charles Morris
British Dictionary definitions for gerrymander
Derived forms of gerrymandergerrymandering, noun
Word Origin for gerrymander
Culture definitions for gerrymander
To change the boundaries of legislative districts to favor one party over another. Typically, the dominant party in a state legislature (which is responsible for drawing the boundaries of congressional districts) will try to concentrate the opposing party's strength in as few districts as possible, while giving itself likely majorities in as many districts as possible.