Definition of Constituencies

1. Noun. (plural of constituency) ¹



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Definition of Constituencies

1. constituency [n] - See also: constituency

Lexicographical Neighbors of Constituencies

constering
consternate
consternated
consternates
consternating
consternation
consternations
consters
constipate
constipates
constipating
constipation
constipations
constituative promoter
constituencies (current term)
constituency
constituent
constituent(a)
constituent countries
constituent country
constituent enzyme
constituently
constituents
constitutable
constitute
constituted
constituter
constituters
constitutes

Literary usage of Constituencies

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Law and Custom of the Constitution by William Reynell Anson (1892)
"For instance, Wolverhampton, which returned two members, receives an additional member, and is cut into three wards or constituencies. ..."

2. Greater European Governments by Abbott Lawrence Lowell (1918)
"The constituencies: Boroughs and Counties The new act,1 which received the royal assent on February 6, 1918, changed not only the franchise but also the ..."

3. Journal of the Statistical Society of London by Statistical Society (Great Britain) (1868)
"The forty-five seats taken away from small towns and transferred to other English constituencies, must almost inevitably lead to as many changes in the ..."

4. Parliamentary Franchise Reform in England from 1885 to 1918 by Homer Lawrence Morris (1921)
"Division of constituencies into Polling Districts A new section was adopted ... The new section placed the duty of dividing the constituencies into polling ..."

5. The Right Hon. Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield, K. G., and His Times by Alexander Charles Ewald (1882)
"Also, did he suggest that the appeal to the constituencies should be deferred for six months, until the new Reform Act came into operation, ..."

6. Electoral Reform in England and Wales: The Development and Operation of the by Charles Seymour (1915)
"... greatly by the number of small boroughs and by the electoral disadvantage of the industrial constituencies. The strength of the aristocracy, indeed, ..."

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