dis·en·fran·chise (dĭs’ĕn-frăn’chīz’)

February 21, 2007 § 3 Comments

To disfranchise.

The verb disenfranchise has one meaning:

Meaning #1: deprive of voting rights
  Synonym: disfranchise

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Who exactly is stopping this chimp from voting?  Laziness or picking out lice is not disenfranchisement.

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