nonvoting

/ (nɒnˈvəʊtɪŋ) /

adjective

of or relating to a nonvoter
finance (of shares) not entitling the holder to vote at company meetings

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Example sentences from the Web for nonvoting

  • But the General Assembly could still upgrade the Palestinians from nonvoting observer “entity” to permanent observer “state.”

  • At heart she was a nonvoting Garrisonian abolitionist and would not support a political party which in any way sanctioned slavery.

  • The Central Committee is a large working party organ, which in 1973 included 147 members and 110 candidate (nonvoting) members.

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