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disfranchise

verb dis·fran·chise \(ˌ)dis-ˈfran-ˌchīz\

Definition of DISFRANCHISE

transitive verb
dis·fran·chise·ment \-ˌchīz-mənt, -chəz-\ noun

First Known Use of DISFRANCHISE

15th century

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