disfranchisement definition

  • noun:
    • The act of disfranchising.
    • The deprivation for the benefits and immunities of citizenship.
    • The work of disfranchising, or even the state to be disfranchised; starvation of privileges of citizenship or of chartered immunities.
    • The act of dis-franchising, or perhaps the state of being disfranchised; deprivation of benefits of a free of charge citizen, or of membership in a corporation, or of some particular resistance or privilege, especially that voting. Formerly sometimes written diffranchisement.
    • the discontinuation of a franchise; especially the discontinuation associated with the straight to vote
    • The work of disfranchising.
    • The deprivation for the benefits and immunities of citizenship.
    • The act of disfranchising, or perhaps the state to be disfranchised; starvation of benefits of citizenship or of chartered immunities.
    • The act of dis-franchising, and/or state of being disfranchised; starvation associated with the benefits of a free resident, or of account in a corporation, or of some particular immunity or privilege, specifically compared to voting. Formerly often written diffranchisement.
    • the discontinuation of a franchise; especially the discontinuation of this straight to vote

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