suffrage

Suffrage vs Disenfranchise - What's the difference?

suffrage | disenfranchise |


As a noun suffrage

is (uncountable) the right or chance to vote, express an opinion, or participate in a decision.

As a verb disenfranchise is

to deprive someone of a franchise, generally their right to vote.

Suffrage vs Suffragettes - What's the difference?

suffrage | suffragettes |


As nouns the difference between suffrage and suffragettes

is that suffrage is (uncountable) the right or chance to vote, express an opinion, or participate in a decision while suffragettes is .

Poll vs Suffrage - What's the difference?

poll | suffrage |


As a proper noun poll

is or poll can be .

As a noun suffrage is

(uncountable) the right or chance to vote, express an opinion, or participate in a decision.

Suffrage vs Disfranchisement - What's the difference?

suffrage | disfranchisement |


As nouns the difference between suffrage and disfranchisement

is that suffrage is (uncountable) the right or chance to vote, express an opinion, or participate in a decision while disfranchisement is the act of disfranchising.

Suffrage vs Sufferage - What's the difference?

suffrage | sufferage |


As nouns the difference between suffrage and sufferage

is that suffrage is (uncountable) the right or chance to vote, express an opinion, or participate in a decision while sufferage is .

Suffrage vs Protest - What's the difference?

suffrage | protest |


As nouns the difference between suffrage and protest

is that suffrage is (uncountable) the right or chance to vote, express an opinion, or participate in a decision while protest is protest.

Suffrage vs Referendum - What's the difference?

suffrage | referendum |


As nouns the difference between suffrage and referendum

is that suffrage is (uncountable) the right or chance to vote, express an opinion, or participate in a decision while referendum is (politics) a direct popular vote on a proposed law or constitutional amendment.

Democracy vs Suffrage - What's the difference?

democracy | suffrage |


In context|uncountable|lang=en terms the difference between democracy and suffrage

is that democracy is (uncountable) belief in political freedom and equality; the "spirit of democracy" while suffrage is (uncountable) aid, intercession .

As nouns the difference between democracy and suffrage

is that democracy is (uncountable) rule by the people, especially as a form of government; either directly or through elected representatives (representative democracy) while suffrage is (uncountable) the right or chance to vote, express an opinion, or participate in a decision.

Demoracy vs Suffrage - What's the difference?

demoracy | suffrage |

Suffrage vs Votingrights - What's the difference?

suffrage | votingrights |

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