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Definition of the adjective Abjuratory

What does Abjuratory mean as an attribute of a noun?

adjective

  1. Containing abjuration.

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Google previewThe Highly Selective Dictionary for the Extraordinarily Literate (2009)

by Eugene Ehrlich

both nouns, abjuratory (abJUUReTORee) adjective. abnegate (ABnigayt) verb renounce, relinquish, surrender, ordeny oneself(a convenience, a right, etc.). Related words : ...

Google previewThe People's Dictionary and Every-day Encyclopedia (1883)

Comprising All the Information Needed Upon Any Subject in Daily Use : a Hand-book for Everybody for Each Day in the Year

Abjuratory, a Containing abjuration. Abjure, v. t. To renounce upon oath. Ablative, a. Denoting what takes away ; applied to the sixth case of Latin nouns. Ablaze, adv. On fire; in a blaze. Able-bodied, a. Having strength of body. Ablution, n Act of ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney (1903)

abi abjuratory (ab-jö'ra-to-ri), a. Pertaining to or expressing abjuration.—Abjuratory anathema. See anathema. a' (ab-jör"), v.; ...

Google previewThe National Standard Dictionary (1883)

A Pronouncing Lexicon of the English Language

ABJURATORY, ab-ju'-ra-tor-e, a., containing abjuration. ABJURE, ab-Jure', v.a., to renounce on oath. ABJUREMENT, -ment, 8., renunciation. ABLACTATE, ab-lak '-tate, v.a., to ABLATION, ab-la-shun, s., act of taking away. ABLATIVE, ab'-la-tiv, ...

Google previewThe Standard-phonographic Dictionary (1862)

by Andrew Jackson Graham

Abjuratory, ubjü'ratöri, Bec-Jcri-Rav. Abjure, abjür, liee-Jer.

Google previewWalker's Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language. With Webster's Definitions and Worcester's Improvements ... Thoroughly Remodelled, Enlarged, and Adapted ... by P. Austin Nuttall (1875)

by John Walker (the Philologist.)

ABJURATORY, ab–sutrā-tor-e, a., containing ABJURE, ab-jure', v.a., to renounce on oath. ABJUREMENT, -ment, s., renunciation. ABLACTATE, ab-lakotate, v.a., to wean.

Google previewWalker's Pronouncing dictionary of the English language, with Webster's definitions and Worcester's improvements, remodelled. Pearl ed (1873)

ABJURATORY, ab~Ju'-r&-tor-e, a., containing Abjure, ao-jure", v.a,, to renounce on oath.

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Scrabble value of A1B3J8U1R1A1T1O1R1Y4

The value of this 10-letter word is 22 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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