Definition of Gerrymander (transitive, derogatory) To divide a geographic area into voting districts in such a way as to give an unfair advantage to one party in an election. | (transitive, derogatory, by extension) To draw dividing lines for other types of districts in an unintuitive way to favor a particular group or for other perceived gain. | (derogatory) The act of gerrymandering.
Short Example Sentence for Gerrymander
- 1. The gerrymander is nothing more or less than a fraudulent practice. 🔊