(Ps. 35:15), the translation of a Hebrew word meaning smiters; probably, in allusion to the tongue, slanderers. (Comp. Jer. 18:18.)
abjects hoot at him as he walks along bowed beneath the load of his own cross, which was the emblem of our sin.
Talks To Farmers Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Well might her Lieutenant-General say that her “poor subjects were no better than abjects.”
History of the United Netherlands, 1584-86, Vol. I. (of IV) Complete John Lothrop Motley
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the act of . renunciation upon oath. Historical Examples But in Marcella’s separated heart, the vow of abjuration from the world was already registered. The Pastor’s Fire-side Vol. 4 (of 4) Jane Porter The abjuration Bill and a money bill were awaiting his assent. The History of England from the Accession of James II. Thomas […]
to renounce, repudiate, or retract, especially with formal solemnity; recant: to abjure one’s errors. to renounce or give up under oath; forswear: to abjure allegiance. to avoid or shun. Contemporary Examples Haqqani invests great hope that a decision by Pakistan’s military to abjure politics may correct these trends. David’s Book Club: Pakistan, Between Mosque and […]