voting paper


noun British.

a ballot.

Origin of voting paper

First recorded in 1855–60
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Examples from the Web for voting paper

  • Is it not a fact that he has annulled his vote by making unnecessary marks on his voting-paper?

  • They reeled a little; the miracle of the voting-paper had gone to their heads.

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