vote along party lines

Definition of vote along party lines

  1. :  to vote in a manner that is consistent with the official policy or opinion of one's political party Congress voted along party lines on the new education bill.

Word by Word Definitions

voteplay
  1. :  to express one's views in response to a poll

    :  to exercise a political franchise

    :  to express an opinion

  1. :  a usually formal expression of opinion or will in response to a proposed decision

    :  one given as an indication of approval or disapproval of a proposal, motion, or candidate for office

    :  the total number of such expressions of opinion made known at a single time (as at an election)

alongplay
  1. :  in a line matching the length or direction of

    :  at a point or points on

    :  in the course of

  1. :  forward, on

    :  from one to another

    :  in company :  as a companion

partyplay
  1. :  a person or group taking one side of a question, dispute, or contest

    :  a group of persons organized for the purpose of directing the policies of a government

    :  a person or group participating in an action or affair

  1. :  to attend or give parties

    :  revel

lineplay lines
  1. :  a length of cord or cord-like material: such as

    :  a comparatively strong slender cord

    :  clothesline

  1. :  to mark or cover with a line or lines

    :  to depict with lines :  draw

    :  to place or form a line along

  1. :  to cover the inner surface of

    :  to put something in the inside of :  fill

    :  to serve as the lining of


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