Definition of Renouncer

1. n. One who renounces.



Definition of Renouncer

1. Noun. One who renounces. ¹

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Definition of Renouncer

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Renouncer

renormalizing
renormalon
renormalons
renotified
renotifies
renotify
renotifying
renotrophic
renotrophin
renotropic
renotropin
renounce
renounced
renouncement
renouncements
renouncer (current term)
renouncers
renounces
renouncing
renourish
renourished
renourishes
renourishing
renourishment
renourishments
renovascular
renovascular hypertension
renovate
renovated
renovates

Literary usage of Renouncer

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1. An Institute of the Law of Scotland: In Four Books : in the Order of Sir by John Erskine, George Mackenzie, James Ivory (1828)
"... By bankruptcy. renouncer has a right to demand his just proportion of the common stock and profits. But if a partner shall renounce from unfair or ..."

2. A dictionary of the Spanish and English languages, orig. compiled by Neuman by Henry Neuman, Giuseppe Marc' Antonio Baretti (1862)
"V. Renuncia. Renunciamiento, sai. Renouncement. V. Re- лил ею. Renunciante, pa. and ». renouncer, renouncing, Renunciar, va. 1. To renounce, to resign. 2. ..."

3. Bhagavad-Gita as It is: With the Original Sanskrit Text, Roman by A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada (1989)
"Therefore he who works for Krsna and does not enjoy the fruitive results, who offers everything to Krsna, is actually a renouncer. There are many members of ..."

4. German Universities: Contributions to the History and Improvement of the by Karl von Raumer (1859)
"The Societies bind themselves not to permit this code to come into the hands of a renouncer; but to cite its provisions, when necessary, only as if by oral ..."

5. German Universities: Contributions to the History and Improvement of the by Karl von Raumer (1859)
"The Societies bind themselves not to permit this code to come into the hands of a renouncer; but to cite its provisions, when necessary, only as if by oral ..."

6. The Scottish Jurist: Containing Reports of Cases Decided in the House of by Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords, House of Lords, Parliament, Great Britain (1840)
"It is therefore construed, only as relieving the succession of the eventual claim of the renouncer. To that extent the father gets the benefit of it,—the ..."

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