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-# The act of [[abjuring]] or [[forswearing]]; a [[renunciation]] upon oath; as, ''abjuration'' of the [[realm]], a [[sworn]] [[banishment]], an oath taken to leave the country and never to return.+ 
-# A solemn [[recantation]] or [[renunciation]]; as, an '''abjuration''' of [[heresy]].+# the act of [[reject|rejecting]] or [[renounce|renouncing]] something as [[invalid]]
 +#:''The President's '''renunciation''' of the treaty has upset Congress.''
 +# the [[resignation]] of an [[ecclesiastical]] office
 +#:''The bishop's '''renunciation''' was on account of his ill health.''
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  1. the act of rejecting or renouncing something as invalid
    The President's renunciation of the treaty has upset Congress.
  2. the resignation of an ecclesiastical office
    The bishop's renunciation was on account of his ill health.




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