Examples of absentee in a Sentence
There were 10 sick absentees that day.
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Where shortcuts pass for shelter and where absentee building owners and landlords know that desperate tenants are often forced to choose between substandard accommodations or the streets.
For a system that relies on data, that's actually a good thing, said Randy Ruedrich, a former state Republican party chair who has long been involved in elections and absentee voting.
Some of those ballots have already been distributed to absentee voters.
She's been honest about subjects like her absentee father and her strong relationship with her stepchildren.
Of particular interest to Democratic leaders are state caucuses, which may now be required to accommodate absentee voting, incorporate paper ballots and publicly report statewide voter counts.
He was elected as the state’s 35th governor in 1982, when a massive absentee voting campaign edged him ahead of Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley.
He was elected as the state’s 35th governor in 1982 when a massive absentee voting campaign edged him just ahead of Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley.
He was elected as the state's 35th governor in 1982 when a massive absentee voting campaign edged him just ahead of Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley.
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Origin and Etymology of absentee
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Definition of absentee for English Language Learners
: a person who is not present in a usual or expected place : a person who is absent
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