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Another word for elective

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Adjective
  1. Not compulsory or automatic

    See also:

    choice

Another word for elective

Modifier
  1. Pertaining to the right to choose by vote

      1. simple past tense and past participle of elect
      2. One who is elected.
      1. The casting of ballots to decide an issue; usually used to refer to the casting of votes in order to elect officials or to decide a question on the ballot. The casting of ballots to decide an issue; usually used to refer to the casting of votes in order to elect officials or to decide a question on the ballot.
      2. Entrustment by a group of stockholders in a corporation of their votes to a trustee, who shall be empowered to act on their behalf, without the stockholders retaining control to direct the trustee’s actions. Entrustment by a group of stockholders in a corporation of their votes to a trustee, who shall be empowered to act on their behalf, without the stockholders retaining control to direct the trustee’s actions.
      1. Serving as part of a whole; component:
      2. Empowered to elect or designate.
      3. Authorized to make or amend a constitution:
    See also:

    electoral

  2. Subject to choice

    See also:

    optional