Definition of Reeligibility

1. eligibility [n -TIES] - See also: eligibility

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reeligibility

reelable
reelect
reelected
reelecting
reelection
reelections
reelects
reeled
reeler
reelers
reelevate
reelevated
reelevates
reelevating
reeligibilities
reeligibility (current term)
reeligible
reelin
reeling
reelingly
reelings
reelless
reelman
reelmen
reels
reely
reem
reembark
reembarkation
reembarked

Literary usage of Reeligibility

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1. Actual Government of New York: A Manual of the Local, Municipal, State and by Frank David Boynton (1916)
"reeligibility of the President. Another unwritten rule that has come to have in practice the force of constitutional law is the rule limiting the ..."

2. Actual Government of New York: A Manual of the Local, Municipal, State and by Frank David Boynton (1918)
"reeligibility of the President. Another unwritten rule that has come to have in practice the force of constitutional law is the rule limiting the ..."

3. The Jeffersonian Cyclopedia: A Comprehensive Collection of the Views of by Thomas Jefferson (1900)
"fear much the effects of the perpetual reeligibility of the President. ... 404. FORD ED., v, 20. (P.. 1788.) 6884. . reeligibility makes the 6885. ..."

4. A Republic, If You Can Keep It: The Foundation of the American Presidency by Michael P. Riccards (1987)
"By Thursday, July 19, the delegates seemed ready to discuss the question of reeligibility, and Gouverneur Morris opened with a long defense of the ..."

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