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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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v. - Revoke formally.

Usage examples (31)
  • "abrogate" the peace treaty which the Hashemite Kingdom concluded with Israel in 1994.
  • And we're going to abrogate a free trade agreement.
  • Good Lord! don't you know nothing can abrogate that?
  • No law of man can abrogate this great law of Nature. for more
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  • To "abrogate" means to abolish or do away with something, while to "arrogate" means to improperly claim for oneself.
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