Alternative terms for "Bye election"

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bye Election

bycatching
bycaught
bycause
bycoket
bycokets
byde
byded
bydes
byding
bydweller
bye
bye-blow
bye-blows
bye-bye
bye-law
bye election (current term)
bye law
byelaw
byelaws
byelection
byelections
byeline
byembye
byes
byfall
byform
byforms
bygone
bygones
bygones be bygones, and fair play for time to come

Literary usage of Bye election

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1. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1907)
"THE echoes of the session were kept up for some time beyond the adjournment by a few demonstrations on Bank Holiday and by the bye-election campaign in East ..."

2. The Nineteenth Century (1889)
"A BYE-ELECTION IN 1747. EVERY debate makes its contribution to the mass of unfulfilled prophecies which must surely be strewn as thickly on the floor of the ..."

3. Electoral Reform: An Inquiry Into Our System of Parliamentary Representation by Joseph King (1908)
"It appears that at the recent bye-election in Rutland (June, 1907) no less than ten separate organisations aided the Unionist candidate with workers who in ..."

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