elect in English

adjective
1
(of a person) chosen or singled out.
one of the century's elect
synonyms: the chosen the elite the favoredthe crème de la crème
verb
1
choose (someone) to hold public office or some other position by voting.
the members who were elected to the committee
synonyms: vote forvote in return cast one's vote for choose pick select
adjective
verb
noun

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Below are sample sentences containing the word "elect" from the English Dictionary. We can refer to these sentence patterns for sentences in case of finding sample sentences with the word "elect", or refer to the context using the word "elect" in the English Dictionary.

1. I elect to stay.

2. They are virtuous and elect.

3. Cardinals elect and advise the Pope.

4. Unaccentuated Elliott bargains elect Berryings conditionally

5. Should the people elect their representatives?

6. Clinton's past indiscipline helped to elect Bush.

7. Who's going to elect a geriatric President?

8. Please join us on January 20 for the historic inAuguration of President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris

9. Deputies elect a National Assembly president every two years.

10. To foreordain or elect by divine will or decree.

11. 5 synonyms for Coopt: appoint, choose, pick, select, elect

12. First-year students may elect French, Spanish, or German.

13. 3 The committee voted to re-elect him chairman.

14. The right to elect chieftains and to depose them.

15. Unions would elect their leadership by secret postal ballot.

16. Synonyms for Coopt include appoint, choose, elect, pick and select

17. President-elect Barack Obama had said he supported the bill .

18. #TheWord #ToTheWorld through the voices of His elect #HymnChallenge #Atmidnight

19. Councils should be Answerable to the people who elect them

20. You can elect to delete the message or save it.

21. World leaders on Saturday took to Twitter to Congratulate President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris after news outlets officially called the …

22. Emma was called “an elect lady” [D&C 25:3].

23. Increasing numbers of people elect to work from home nowadays.

24. The Chairmen-elect will serve for one year as Chairmen-elect before beginning a three-year term at the conclusion of the bishops’ 2021 Fall General Assembly

25. 12 You can elect to delete the message or save it.

26. Voters always elect the candidate most tuned in to their needs.

27. We are patriotic Bikers and citizens whose sole purpose is to help elect pro-Trump candidates in 2018, and to help re-elect President Donald Trump in 2020.

28. The elect do not Apostasize permanently, only false faith Apostasizes permanently

29. The purpose of this meeting is to elect a new chairman.

30. The President - elect visited the Tennessee Valley in company with Norris.

31. Under any such setup, voters elect a leader who espouses a program.

32. 10 A conclave of cardinals was held to elect the new Pope.

33. The people of the Philippines have voted to elect a new president.

34. The Ad hoc Meeting will elect a Chairperson for its eighteenth session

35. Here they failed to convince the cardinals to elect a new pope.

36. And you, will never be in the same room with the president-elect.

37. Luciani was summoned to Rome for the conclave to elect the new pope.

38. Each class will elect two students to represent them on the School Council.

39. Biden Talks Up Bipartisanship; He Has Three Good Reasons Democrats and Republicans are sharply divided, but the president-elect has ways to forge consensus As President-elect Joe Biden works to

40. Although sometimes used interchangeably, elect and Appoint do not have the same meaning.

41. I wanted to be the first to tell you congratulations, Mr. President-elect.

42. 39 synonyms for Appoint: assign, name, choose, commission, select, elect, install, delegate, nominate

43. The first order of business is to elect a President for this assembly.

44. According to Webster’s, “Acclamation” is “a loud eager expression of approval, praise, or assent.” So, to elect by “Acclamation” means to elect by a loud expression of approval – such as clapping

45. At the state and local level, we must first elect climate-change Acknowledgers …

46. In the general election of 1977 they were able to elect 11 candidates.

47. Is it by clustering together to elect one of their own in isolation?

48. We are going to hold a rally next month to elect a new leader.

49. Appellees are not obligated to file a response brief and often elect not to

50. It may express itself on the allocation of portfolio responsibilities by the President-elect.