polling station


noun
  1. a building, such as a school, designated as the place to which voters go during an election to cast their votes

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How to use polling station in a sentence

  • At the polling station he made casual inquiries, but the ballot-box stuffer for some time had not been seen.

    Port O' Gold | Louis John Stellman
  • Give up this card at your polling-station for free samples of silks in my great blouse offer.

  • Still the small court-house, we found, had been swept and garnished for use as a polling station.

    India, Old and New | Sir Valentine Chirol
  • McTurpin had not seen him with a beard, had failed to recognize him at the polling station.

    Port O' Gold | Louis John Stellman
  • Bridge and billiard players were dragged to the polling-station in the green drawing-room.

    Masques & Phases | Robert Ross