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  • n. Plural form of outvoter.

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Examples

  • 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.

    My Novel — Volume 01

  • 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.

    The Parisians — Volume 02

  • Harley's aid there to canvass certain important outvoters: the change of scene might rouse him from his reveries.

    My Novel — Volume 11

  • The outvoters lay remote and scattered, he might be absent for a day or two.

    My Novel — Volume 11

  • 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.

    My Novel — Complete

  • The agricultural outvoters -- many of whom, not living under Lord

    My Novel — Complete

  • It facilitates the canvass; it reduces the expense of legal agency; it shortens the poll; above all, it disfranchises the outvoters.

    Miscellaneous Writings and Speeches — Volume 4

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