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Definition of elect:

  1. Chosen; taken by preference from among two or more; chosen for an office, but not installed; chosen to salvation.
  2. One chosen or set apart; one chosen to salvation.
  3. To pick out; to select for an office or employment; to select by vote; to choose; to designate, choose, or select as an object of mercy or favour.

Common misspellings for elect:

elemite, eddect, obect, efeect, elict, selecte, electon, elecator, delict, veloctiy, eleced, electeed, ezacto, callect, electd, orrect, alirhgt, seleect, oleft, elete, egact, derlict, aflict, electic, ettect, elecct, sselect, eleghat, elct, eliet, ileft, ellect, relect, illict, selectt, elicts, veloicty, elertic, elagent, efect, seelct, elcoed, elecit, electri, elcit, electe, elgant, algecide, esact, efickt, elcectic, elemate, sleect, alicate, eleit, efecct, erecte, eloquest, ellegant, colect, clooect, realect, alergict, elleged, afect, electee, inellect, elkart, apect, alergect, eletic, edecate, eligant, ilicet, dielect, eliquent, electirc, slect, electes, ellectic, delect, eleect, electo, effct, electid, dilect, electry, alqueda, elekta, electice, elert, lectur, selct, sellect, ilegit, elegie, oblect, selecct, kollect, elephat.


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Quotes for elect:

  1. Definition of 'Free': You pay for it whether or not you elect to receive it.
  2. It is my happy privilege to be able to stand here and tell you that if you elect me you will have elected a governor who has made no promises of preferment to any man or group.
  3. I think the art world... is a very small pond, and it's a very inbred pond. They rely on information from an elect elite sect of galleries, primarily in New York.
  4. We need to ask our policy makers and those we elect to office who are supposed to make decisions to give us the evidence of the facts that are behind the decisions that we make. We should be skeptical.
  5. I will feel equality has arrived when we can elect to office women who are as incompetent as some of the men who are already there.