Definition of Abnegated

1. Verb. (past of abnegate) ¹



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Definition of Abnegated

1. abnegate [v] - See also: abnegate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Abnegated

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ablution
ablutionary
ablutions
ablutomania
ablutomanias
ablutophiliac
abluvion
ably
abmho
abmhos
abmigration
abmigrations
abnegate
abnegated (current term)
abnegates
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abnegation
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abnegative
abnegator
abnegators
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abnet
abnets
abneural
abnodation
abnormal

Literary usage of Abnegated

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1. The Theological and Literary Journal (1859)
"I could I abnegated my own rational nature, denied reason to make way for revelation, rational conviction to make way for authority."—P. 30. ..."

2. On Liberty by John Stuart Mill (1921)
"... of human excellence from the Calvinistic: a conception of humanity as having its nature bestowed on it for other purposes than merely to be abnegated. ..."

3. On Liberty by John Stuart ( Mill (1913)
"... istic : a conception of humanity * having its nature bestowed on ltf« other purposes than merely to be abnegated. ' Pagan self-assertion' ie od« of the ..."

4. The Promised Land by Mary Antin (1912)
"I ate, but only a newly abnegated Jew can understand with what squirming, what protesting of the inner man, what exquisite abhorrence of myself. ..."

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