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- adj. (of an elective franchise, especially in the nineteenth century) dependent on or proportional to a poll tax (cense) or property qualification; restricted
From Medieval Latin censitarius, from Latin censere "assess (for tax)". Compare French censitaire, Spanish and Italian censitario. (Wiktionary)
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