Definition of "disenfranchise"
  1. The act of depriving someone of their rights, specifically the right to vote or other privileges or powers
How to use "disenfranchise" in a sentence
  1. Certain laws can disenfranchise individuals, taking away their right to vote.
  2. The community feared being disenfranchised and losing their rights and privileges.
  3. Many are fighting against practices that disenfranchise marginalized groups.

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