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Definition of "elected" []

  • Voted to a role in an election (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of elect. (verb)

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  • One who is elected. (noun)

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Use "elected" in a sentence
  • "_federalist_ would be elected from this county, but for his part, he said that there would be no _harm in it_ -- it would be a _good thing to have federals elected_ -- and that if Mr. Young could be elected, he did not care _how many federals_ were elected. '"
  • "| Reply | Permalink o.k., one more time ... there are pledged delegates (what you call elected delegates) and there are unpledged delegates (aka superdelegates) ..."
  • "Will you miss our term elected president BUSH or Will you just wash yourself in liberal lefty dribble?"