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- n. Plural form of outvoter.
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The agricultural outvoters -- many of whom, not living under Lord Lansmere, but being small yeomen, had hitherto prided themselves on their independence, and gone against my Lord -- could not in their hearts go against one who was every inch the farmer's friend.
The expenses for this county, where there are so many outvoters to bring up, and so many agents to retain, are always large in comparison with some other counties; but that consideration is all in your favour, for it deters Squire Hunston, the only man who could beat you, from starting; and to your resources a thousand pounds more or less are a trifle not worth discussing.
Harley's aid there to canvass certain important outvoters: the change of scene might rouse him from his reveries.
The outvoters lay remote and scattered, he might be absent for a day or two.
Park, and go into a district some miles off, on pretence that he required Harley's aid there to canvass certain important outvoters: the change of scene might rouse him from his reveries.
The agricultural outvoters -- many of whom, not living under Lord
It facilitates the canvass; it reduces the expense of legal agency; it shortens the poll; above all, it disfranchises the outvoters.