The right or ability to make a choice. See Synonyms at choice.(noun)
Predestined salvation, especially as conceived by Calvinists.(noun)
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Use "election" in a sentence
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"The cause alleged for this unmanly, base, cowardly outrage, is some expressions which occurred in an election squib, printed at this office, and extensively circulated through the county, _before the election_."
"Lady Glistonbury listened, and tried, and seemed to understand -- bowed to Mr. Vivian and smiled, and said she remembered he was often at Glistonbury during the last election -- that she was happy to hear she should have the pleasure to see Lady Mary Vivian -- that some people disliked _election times_, but for her part she did not, when she was strong."