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unelected Syllabification: un·e·lect·ed
Pronunciation: /ˌənəˈlektəd/

Definition of unelected in English:

adjective

(Of an official) not elected: unelected bureaucrats
More example sentences
  • Yet, Commissioners are unelected and the Commission is often portrayed as an unaccountable technocracy.
  • They are staffed and managed by a bunch of unelected officials and governors.
  • From this time, unelected officials from this bureaucracy have proved on occasions to be in competition with the president.

Words that rhyme with unelected

aspected, disaffected, disconnected, invected, unaffected, uncollected, unconnected, uncorrected, undetected, undirected, unexpected, uninflected, unprotected, unselected, unsuspected

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