abjurer


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a person who abjures

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He also mentioned the ABJURER to NOWHERE item in his first Doctor Matrix column in January 1960.
22) The consequences of abjuration, that is, the perpetual banishment of the abjurer on pain of execution, meant that few suspects chose to avoid prosecution in this manner.
Some longer examples: shift the letters of CHEER seven positions forward, and the result is JOLLY; shift the letters of STEEDS just one position forward, and TUFFET results; and the longest example Dmitri offered, shift ABJURER thirteen positions forward, and NOWHERE is the result.