Definition of Renouncing

1. Verb. (present participle of renounce) ¹



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Definition of Renouncing

1. renounce [v] - See also: renounce

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Renouncing

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renotrophin
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renouncing (current term)
renourish
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renovascular hypertension
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Literary usage of Renouncing

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1. The History of the Reformation of the Church of England by Gilbert Burnet, Edward Nares (1843)
"чц-, and the compromise of them all made now ; which thing it is not unlikely but the chum should have the Crown of Scotland: That a King renouncing the n ..."

2. Spiritual Magazine (1876)
"SEXTON'S REASONS FOR renouncing INFIDELITY.* Cv FREDERIC ROWLAND YOUNG, Minister of the Free Christian Church, New Swindon. Dr. Sexton had for sometime felt ..."

3. Law of Wills, Executors and Administrators by James Schouler (1915)
"Whether an Executor renouncing may exercise a Power. Williams, in his excellent work on executors and administrators, doubts whether, where a power is given ..."

4. The Edinburgh Review by Sydney Smith (1869)
"It was one thing to be merciful to an unarmed crowd, who by their very flight were renouncing all idea of resistance to his will; and another to spare the ..."

5. The English Works of Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury by Thomas ( Hobbes (1843)
"But shortly after, when they had commerce together, the same men went further; and so wrought, that the Argives renouncing their league with the ..."

6. A Cyclopedia of Missions: Containing a Comprehensive View of Missionary by Harvey Newcomb (1860)
"The king was very zealous in bringing over the people from idolatry, and young and old, rich and poor, masters and servants, might now be seen renouncing ..."

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