Disenfranchised vs Underprivileged - What's the difference?

disenfranchised | underprivileged |

Underprivileged is a see also of disenfranchised.

Disenfranchised is a see also of underprivileged.


As adjectives the difference between disenfranchised and underprivileged

is that disenfranchised is not represented; especially, not having the right to vote while underprivileged is deprived of the opportunities and advantages of others.

As a verb disenfranchised

is (disenfranchise).

As a noun underprivileged is

a deprived person; deprived people.

disenfranchised

English

Verb

(head)
  • (disenfranchise)
  • Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Not represented; especially, not having the right to vote.
  • See also

    * underprivileged

    underprivileged

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Deprived of the opportunities and advantages of others.
  • See also

    * disenfranchised

    Noun

    (underprivileged)
  • A deprived person; deprived people.