Definition of Renouncements

1. Noun. (plural of renouncement) ¹



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Definition of Renouncements

1. renouncement [n] - See also: renouncement

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Renouncements

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renotifying
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renotrophin
renotropic
renotropin
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renouncements (current term)
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renovascular hypertension
renovate
renovated

Literary usage of Renouncements

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1. Data on German Peace Treaty: Data Presented to the Committee on Foreign by Joshua Reuben Clark (1919)
"7-8 Waiver of claims by Germany , 10 Property, rights, and interests 8-9 III. Contingent cessions or renouncements of territory by Germany 11 11. ..."

2. Henry David Thoreau: A Critical Study by Mark Van Doren (1916)
"He made no renouncements outright ; what renouncements he seems to have made he made only after he had gained his whole will and got his own way. ..."

3. The Civil Code of the Mexican Federal District and Territories: A by Distrito Federal (Mexico), J. P. Taylor, George M. Howat (1904)
"Unlawful acts- CHAPTER V. OF THE renouncements AND CLAUSES WHICH ... The renouncements which the contracting parties may legally make shall produce no ..."

4. Henry David Thoreau: A Critical Study by Mark Van Doren (1916)
"He made no renouncements outright ; what renouncements he seems to have made he made only after he had gained his whole will and got his own way. ..."

5. The True Spiritual Conferences of St. Francis of Sales, Bishop and Prince of by Francis, Nicholas Patrick Wiseman (1862)
"... of the ancient philosophers, who made admirable renouncements of everything and of themselves for a vain end, and to give themselves up to philosophy. ..."

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