Translations of abjure (অ্যাবৃজিউ)
শপথপূর্বক পরিত্যাগ করা abjure
শপথপূর্বক বর্জন করা abjure
Definitions of abjure
Solemnly renounce (a belief, cause, or claim).
His refusal to abjure the Catholic faith
Synonyms of abjure
renounce, relinquish, reject, forgo, disavow,
abandon, deny repudiate, give up, wash one’s
hands of, eschew, abstain from, refrain from, kick
pack in, , forsake, forswear, abnegate forswear, retract, recant, resale
Antonyms of abjure
accept, acknowledge, acquiesce, admit, adopt, advocate, affirm,assert
back, bow, capitulate, claim, concede, confirm
contend,court, declare, defend, embrace, endorse
espouse, favor, give in, haunt,hold, keep, knuckle under, maintain, occupy
Examples of Abjure-
- It is at this point when he abjures legal justice that he articulates the notion of a just revenge.
- The nineteenth-century elites kept to their strict Protestant ways, abjuring the theater but supporting music.
- In the next few years Campanella found himself in trouble with the Venetian and Roman Inquisitions, abjuring his heresies in Rome in May 1594.
- Who speaks these terrible abjurations , Kafka the man or Kafka the artist?
- She becomes a devotee of women’s rights, abjures marriage, and founds a university.
- He eagerly concurs in the prince’s vow to abjure the throne and marriage.