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Enfranchisement

Pronunciation of Enfranchisement
/ɛnfɹˈant͡ʃa͡ɪzmənt/, /ɛnfɹˈant‍ʃa‍ɪzmənt/, /ɛ_n_f_ɹ_ˈa_n_tʃ_aɪ_z_m_ə_n_t/

Antonyms for enfranchisement:

bondage, conquest, subjection, servitude, disenfranchisement, enslavement, thralldom, slavery, subjugation, yoke.

Synonyms for enfranchisement:

Sense 1

impunity, free will, leeway, opt out, liberty, free hand, wiggle room, self-help, carte blanche, blank check, independence.

Sense 2

elbow room, autarky, free association, abolition, latitude, autonomy.

Sense 7

release, space.

political liberty

freedom.

Other synonyms and related words:

documentation, credentials, freeing, freedom, corroboration, emancipation, franchise, release, ballot, liberation, certificate, manumission, vote, free will, dealership, liberty, suffrage.

attribute (noun)

franchise.

authority (noun)

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.

authorization (noun)

assent, entitlement, warrant, agreement, affirmation, permission, license, designation, consent, certification, blessing, empowerment, authorization, sanction, confirmation, approval, validation, authentication, notarization, commission.

emancipation (noun)

liberation, liberty, release, independence.

empowerment (noun)

vote.

freedom (noun)

franchise, impunity, emancipation, abolition, liberty, manumission, privilege, autonomy, prerogative, sovereignty.

liberation (noun)

freeing, manumission, release, emancipation.

liberty (noun)

license, suffrage, permission, carte blanche, sanction, birthright, authorization, right.

right (noun)

freedom.

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