What is another word for enfranchisements?

83 synonyms found


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Enfranchisements refer to the process of granting certain rights or privileges to an individual or a community. Synonyms for enfranchisements include empowerment, liberation, emancipation, entitlement, rights, authorization, citizenship, ennoblement, franchise, and immunity. These words can be used interchangeably depending on the context in which they are used. For instance, "emancipation" may refer to the freeing of slaves, while "citizenship" refers to the granting of equal rights to all members of a community. Each of these synonyms has a slightly different meaning but is closely related to the concept of enfranchisement. In essence, enfranchisement is about granting freedom and equal rights to individuals and communities.

Related words: elections, voting, democratic, republican, suffrage, civil rights, electoral college

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    How to use "Enfranchisements" in context?

    Eligibility to vote and hold office is a privilege, not a right. The term "enfranchisement" is used to describe the process by which certain groups of people are granted the privilege of voting and holding office. The process of enfranchisement can be divided into three stages: corporations, individuals, and free citizens.

    In the earliest days of America, only white men could vote. Women and African Americans were not allowed to hold office or hold property. The first enfranchisement of a group of people took place in the colonies in the 1770s.

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