Pronunciation of Enfranchisement
/ɛnfɹˈant͡ʃa͡ɪzmənt/, /ɛnfɹˈantʃaɪzmənt/, /ɛ_n_f_ɹ_ˈa_n_tʃ_aɪ_z_m_ə_n_t/
Antonyms for enfranchisement:
Synonyms for enfranchisement:
Other synonyms and related words:
kingship, charge, faculty, influence, control, credential, purview, primacy, precedence, power, birthright, cogency, might, powerfulness, potency, prerogative, prestige, domination, force, sovereignty, mandate, sway, right, stature, mastery, seniority, punch, puissance, authority, steam, rank, office, command, privilege, superiority, Prepotency, title, clout, mightiness, strength.
assent, entitlement, warrant, agreement, affirmation, permission, license, designation, consent, certification, blessing, empowerment, authorization, sanction, confirmation, approval, validation, authentication, notarization, commission.
Usage examples for enfranchisement:
- For centuries Christianity had done little but fetter tightly the masses to Church and Crown, to Priest and Baron; the enfranchisement is comparatively modern. - "Theological Essays", Charles Bradlaugh.
- It immediately follows that everything which is necessary for the full realization of a man's life, even though it seems to have the character of restraint for a moment, is really a part of the process of his enfranchisement, is the bringing forth of him to a fuller liberty. - "Addresses", Phillips Brooks.
- If they desired enfranchisement, they wanted it chiefly for spiritual reasons. - "The Precipice", Elia Wilkinson Peattie.