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Definition of the adjective abdicant
What does abdicant mean as an attribute of a noun?
- Abdicating; renouncing; -- followed by of.
Definition of the noun abdicant
What does abdicant mean as a name of something?
- One who abdicates. - Smart
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The 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 .
Abdicant, giving up, renouncing. Abdicate [fr. abdico, Lat.], to renounce or refuse anything, ...
The Oratorical Dictionary (1835)
by John Newland Maffitt
abdieative, abdicant. ABDITORY. * A hiding place. ABD— ABJ ABDU'CE. «. To draw away; to draw one part from another. pr. par. abducing; past, adduced: adj.
by Daniel Jones, Beverley Collins, Inger M. Mees
Abdiel aeb'diara Abdera abdi'kci f>n, -z abdication, -s ' acbdikeit, -s, -ig, -id abdicat|e, -es, -ing, -ed 'sebdikant, -s abdicant, -s eeb' doumen ...
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
abdica- tive, abdicant. AB'DITORY. s. A hiding place. pi. abditories. ABDU'CE. v. To draw away; to draw one part from another. pr. par. abducing; past, abduced t adj.
by Philip D. Morehead
Adjectives—1, resigning, renunciatory, abjuratory, abdicant; retired, in retirement. Informal, out. Nouns—1, resignation, demission, retirement, abdication, withdrawal, surrender, quitting; RELINQUISHMENT. See SUBMISSION. RESOLUTION.
The Union Dictionary (1822)
Containing All that Truly Useful in the Dictionaries of Johnson, Sheridan, and Walker ... by Thomas Browne
Abdicant, :' ib'dé-kint. part. a. abdicating, renouncing. Abdicate, fibfdé-kite. v. a. to give up, ...
The rhymers' lexicon (1971)
by Andrew Loring, George Saintsbury
abdicant adamant adjutant adulterant agglutinant altitonant altivolant ambulant annuitant ant anticipant applicant approximant appurtenant arrogant askant aslant bacchant braut cant combatant commandant communicant complaisant ...
by John Walker
resident, diffidence, confidence, investigate, castigate, Extricate, Irritate, pestilent, supplicant, explicant, abdicant, provident, festino, mendicant, resident, diffident, confident, investigo, castigo, extrico, irrito. profligate, profiigo, iiutigate, instlgo.
Lexicon Iuridicum Iuris Cæsarei simul, et Canonici: Feudalis item, Civilis Criminalis: theoretici ac practici ... Editio secunda ... cum præfationibus ... Dionysii Gothofredi&... Hermanni Vulteii. (Complementum lexici perfecti.) (1645)
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by Daniel Jones
abdicant 'aab.dI.kant -s -s abdi|cate 'aab.dI|.keIt -cates -keIts -cating -keI. tnj, ...
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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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