the act or an instance of , or repealing:
abrogation of the treaty’s responsibility.
Most important among them is the enactment, interpretation, suspension, and abrogation of all laws of the republic.
The Governments of Europe Frederic Austin Ogg
Demand for abrogation of Partition is tantamount to demand for Home Rule.
Indian Home Rule M. K. Gandhi
By the abrogation of the Company’s charter a revolution had indeed been effected.
The History of the Thirteen Colonies of North America 1497-1763 Reginald W. Jeffery
No official declaration has announced an abrogation of them.
Monks, Popes, and their Political Intrigues John Alberger
The abrogation by the Nazis of these fundamental rights of democracy has never been repealed or amended.
Readings on Fascism and National Socialism Various
If this is not the abrogation of a treaty, I do not see what can be.
Charles Sumner; his complete works, volume 5 (of 20) Charles Sumner
It was a plea for the abrogation of all political disabilities.
The Life of Lyman Trumbull Horace White
Again, the abrogation of the Decalogue is supposed to be taught in Romans 7:4, 5, 6.
Tracts on the Sabbath Various
Therefore the abrogation of private masses cannot be conceded and tolerated.
The Confutatio Pontificia Anonymous
We came from Cæsarea to Jericho to preach the abrogation of the law.
The Brook Kerith George Moore
1530s, from Latin abrogationem (nominative abrogatio) “repeal of a law,” noun of action from past participle stem of abrogare (see abrogate).
to abolish by formal or official means; annul by an authoritative act; repeal: to abrogate a law. to put aside; put an end to. verb (transitive) to cancel or revoke formally or officially; repeal; annul v. 1520s, from Latin abrogatus, past participle of abrogare “to annul, repeal (a law),” from ab- “away” (see ab-) + […]
abronah R.V., one of Israel’s halting-places in the desert (Num.33:34,35), just before Ezion-gaber. In A.V., “Ebronah.”
sudden or unexpected: an abrupt departure. curt or brusque in speech, manner, etc.: an abrupt reply. terminating or changing suddenly: an abrupt turn in a road. having many sudden changes from one subject to another; lacking in continuity or smoothness: an abrupt writing style. steep; precipitous: an abrupt descent. Botany, (def 4). Contemporary Examples And […]
- Abruptio placentae
abruptio placentae abruptio placentae ab·rup·ti·o pla·cen·tae (ə-brŭp’shē-ō’ plə-sěn’tē’) n. The premature detachment of a normally situated placenta.