Simple past tense and past participle of elect.(verb)
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?"