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Definition of the adjective abdicant

What does abdicant mean as an attribute of a noun?


  1. Abdicating; renouncing; -- followed by of.

Definition of the noun abdicant

What does abdicant mean as a name of something?


  1. One who abdicates. - Smart

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Google previewThe Imperial dictionary, on the basis of Webster's English dictionary (1882)

by John Ogilvie

Abdicant(ab'di ...

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.)

ABDICANT— . -ABERRATION. Abate, a-batc', r. a. (abattre, Fr.) To lessen; to depress the mind. In Commerce, to let down the price in selling, or to beat down the price in buying; — v. n. to grow less as " the storm abates." Abatement ...

Google previewThe Gentlemlen's Lexicon; Or, A Pocket Dictionary, Containing Nearly Every Work in the English Language (1835)

Being Also Particularly Adapted to the Use of Academies and Schools by William Grimshaw

abdica- tive, abdicant. AB'DITORY. s. A hiding place, pi. abditories. ABDU'CE. v. To draw away; tr1 draw one part from another, pr. par. abducing; past, abductd .

Google previewThe Ladies' Lexicon, and Parlour Companion ... (1846)

Being Also Particularly Adapted to the Use of Academies and Schools by William Grimshaw

abdica- tive, abdicant. AB'DITORY. s. A hiding place. pi. abditories. ABDU'CE. v To draw away; to ABD— ABL draw one part from another. pr par. abducing; past, ...

Google previewAllison's American Pictorial Handy Lexicon of the English Language (1882)

On the Basis of Websterś Counting-house Dictionary, Edition of 1829 by William L. Allison

Abdicant, (ab-di-kant) a. abdicating ; — n. one who gives up a right or office. Abdicate, (ab'de-kit) r. /. or f. to abandon office or power, without a formal resignation ; to renounce. Abdication, (ab-di-kâ'shun) n. the abandoning of au office, right, ...

Google previewDictionary of English Synonyms Alphabetically Classified (1907)

by Thomas Fenby

— resign, leave, give up, abdicant. See ABANDON.

Google previewFather Van's progressive dictionary for versification (1900)

by Amandus Vandendriessche

ABDICANT, absonant, adamant, adjutant, adulterant, agglutinant, alignant, alterant, annuitant, applicant, appurtenant, arrogant, buoyant, byzant, cognizant, communicant, concomitant, confidant, consonant, cormorant, covenant, dissonant , ...

Google previewThe National Standard Dictionary (1883)

A Pronouncing Lexicon of the English Language

ABDICANT, ab'-de-kant, a., abdicating.

Google previewAcrostic Dictionary (1884)

Containing More Than Thirty Thousand Words with the Initials and Finals Alphabetically Arranged by Philippa M. Pearson

Accusant Aßîdavit Acephalist Ailirmant T Achievement Afflict A” Acknowledgment Aiiluent Abaft Acolothist Afforest Abasement Acquaint Aíïreight Abatement Acquiescent AEright Abbot Acquit Alïront Abdicant Acrobat Afloat Abducent Act Afoot ...

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

by P Austin Nuttall, John Walker

Abdicant, ab'-de-kant, a., abdicating.

Google previewThe Globe dictionary of the English language (1873)

by English language

Abdicant, (al/de-kant) n. One who abdicates. Abdicate, (ab'de-kat) v. t. [L. abdicare.] ...

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Scrabble value of A1B3D2I1C3A1N1T1

The value of this 8-letter word is 13 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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