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Definition of the noun Abjurement

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  1. [rare] Renunciation

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Google previewThe Imperial Dictionary of the English Language (1883)

A Complete Encyclopedic Lexicon, Literary, Scientific, and Technological by John Ogilvie

ABJUREMENT S ABOAKD Abjurement (ab-jur'meut), n. The act of abjuring; renunciation. J. Hall. Abjurer (ab-jur'er), n. One who abjures. AbKari (ab-kar'e), n. [Hind, abkar, a maker or seller of spirituous liquors.] Revenues in the East Indies ...

Google previewThe Ladies' Lexicon, and Parlour Companion (1829)

Containing Nearly Every Word in the English Language, and Exhibiting the Plurals of Nouns and the Participles of Verbs; Being Also Particularly Adapted to the Use of Academies and Schools by William Grimshaw

abjuration, abjurement, abjurer. AB'LATIVE. s. That which takes away ; the sixth case of the Latin nouns. A'BLE. adj. Having ability; adv. ably. A'BLE-BOD'IED. adj.

Google previewThe National Standard Dictionary (1883)

A Pronouncing Lexicon of the English Language

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 previewRandom House Webster's Rhyming Dictionary (2008)

by Random House

-urement, abjurement, allurement, immurement, inurement, obscurément, procurement. -urer, eurer, führer, furor, furore, juror, lurer, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the English Language (1882)

by Samuel Johnson, Robert Gordon Latham

expiated, with timely abjurement; for £ '' these.— Bishop Barlow, Remains. of agglomero.] Gather up as thread into tinued till old age do aggrandize and become horrid. What solemn, humbug this modern political a ...

Google previewThe Imperial Dictionary and Encyclopedia of Knowledge Unabridged (1892)

Etymological and Pronouncing Literary, Scientific and Technical ... by Charles Annandale

Abjurement, ab-jūr'inent, n., The act of abjuring; renunciation.-Abjurer, ab-jurer, n. One who abjures.—Abjuration, ab-ju-ra'shon, m.

Google previewA Thesaurus Dictionary of the English Language Designed to Suggest Immediately Any Desired Word Needed to Express Exactly a Given Idea (1906)

A Dictionary, Synonyms, Antonyms, Idioms, Foreign Phrases, Pronunciations, a Copious Correlation of Words by Francis Andrew March

Abjurement . Afterthougbt . Solemn rejection or repudiation. Renunciation. Reflection after an act. Apostasy. Desertion of one's faith, principles, ...

Google previewA New Universal Etymological, Technological and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1849)

Embracing All Terms Used in Art, Science, and Literature by John Craig (lexicographer.)

Abjurement, ab-jure'ment, s. Renunciation. Abjuker, ab-ju'rur, s. One who abjures . Ablactate, ab-lak'tatc, r. a. (ablacto, Lat.) To wean a child from the breast. Ablactation, ab-lak-ta'shun, *. In Gardening, a process by which a scion is, as it were ...

Google previewGarner's Dictionary of Legal Usage (2011)

by Bryan A. Garner

abjurement—now defunct) and adjuration. The adjectival forms end in -tory. The agent nouns are abjurer and adjurer. abjurer; ✳abjuror. The first spelling is preferred. See -er (a). able. For the meaning of this word in the phrase ready, willing ...

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

Abjurement, -ment, s., renunciation. Iablactate ...

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Scrabble value of A1B3J8U1R1E1M3E1N1T1

The value of this 10-letter word is 21 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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