Suffrage [noun]

Definition of Suffrage:

legal right

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Opposite/Antonyms of Suffrage:

Sentence/Example of Suffrage:

I'm not speaking of suffrage now—that's only one nice little part.

I was rather in favor of suffrage, at least I felt indulgent about it.

Yes, said Adeimantus; and you may add my suffrage to Damon's and your own.

Absolve you to yourself, and you shall have the suffrage of the world.

Education the criterion of the right of suffrage, not property.

So long as you denied them the suffrage, you pretended to govern them and for them.

Are they more so than the slaves were when the right of suffrage was conferred on them?

The right of suffrage is simply the right to govern one's self.

The suffrage is not theirs to give, and I would not get it from them easily if it were.

It is claimed that if the suffrage be given to women it is to protect them.