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- v. Present participle of unvote.
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Or we're unvoting your membership in the Company, Raven.
Petterson kept her hand up while she bestowed a motherly smile on each of the three unvoting congressmen-a motherly smile that held promises of murder and total destruction if at least one other palm didn't expose itself.
I found that the unvoting English possessed great power in England; a great deal more power, in fact, than if they had a vote.
It was one of the things to be learned there that the unvoting population on any question in which they are interested and united are more powerful than all the voting population or legislation.
"No doubt, you understand, how ridiculously things have been managed in our late General Assembly; voting and unvoting, the same day; and, at last, the squirrels perpetually running into the mouth open for them, though they had cried against it wonderfully.