Definition of Abnegating

1. Verb. (present participle of abnegate) ¹



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Definition of Abnegating

1. abnegate [v] - See also: abnegate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Abnegating

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ablutions
ablutomania
ablutomanias
ablutophiliac
abluvion
ably
abmho
abmhos
abmigration
abmigrations
abnegate
abnegated
abnegates
abnegating (current term)
abnegation
abnegations
abnegative
abnegator
abnegators
abnerval
abnet
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abneural
abnodation
abnormal
abnormal condition
abnormal correspondence

Literary usage of Abnegating

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1. The Works of William H. Seward by William Henry Seward (1888)
"In the very act of abnegating you legislate, and enact that the states to be liere. after organized shall come in, whether slave or free, ..."

2. The Nebraska Question: Comprising Speeches in the United States Senate by Stephen Arnold Douglas (1854)
"To come closer to the question : What is this principle of abnegating ... In the very act of abnegating you legislate, and enact that the States to be ..."

3. The Life of William H. Seward with Selections from His Works by William Henry Seward (1855)
"To come closer to the question : What is this principle of abnegating ... In the very act of abnegating you legislate, and enact that the states to be ..."

4. Freedom and Public Faith: Speech of William H. Seward, on the Abrogation of by William Henry Seward (1854)
"In the very act of abnegating you legislate, and enact that the States to be hereafter organized shall come in whether slave or free, as their inhabitants ..."

5. Essays, Speculative and Suggestive by John Addington Symonds (1907)
"remains theistic, is to create an enthusiasm in which the cosmic emotion shall coalesce with the sense of social duty, in which self-abnegating submission ..."

6. The Sources of Consolation in Human Life by William Rounseville Alger (1892)
"God, abnegating himself, posits man as his negative unity; man, under the impulse of grace, abnegating himself, thereby affirms God, and so becomes a ..."

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