abrogate


Also found in: Dictionary, Legal, Financial, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • verb

Synonyms for abrogate

Synonyms for abrogate

to put an end to, especially formally and with authority

Words related to abrogate

revoke formally

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
leadership here is critical, especially through a diplomatic and public education effort to explain a decision not to certify and to abrogate the JCPOA.
I will) abrogate the treaty altogether,' he warned.
The official, who works at the presidency, said they have discovered that the government of Sudan was working to abrogate the 2012 cooperation agreement as a way to advance regime change agenda by allowing the armed opposition forces take advantage of the withdrawal of the government forces from the common border and take charge.
Secretary of State Clinton points out all the reasons why any new Egyptian government is not going to abrogate the Camp David treaty.
Congress (or the President acting alone) may abrogate an executive agreement, but legislation must be clear to ensure that Congress--and the President--have considered the consequences.
Any person who abrogates or attempts or conspires to abrogate, subverts or attempts or conspire to subvert the Constitution by use of force or show of force or by other unconstitutional means shall be guilty of high treason,'' Article 6 reads.
This legislative action was in response to the Supreme Court's announcement of the requirements Congress must meet before it can validly abrogate state sovereign immunity.
The Plaintiff claim that the amended statute conflicts with the conventions, and ambiguous statutes should not be interpreted to abrogate a treaty (meaning the conventions' protection of the mute swan).
Kishel has rejected Mesaba Airlines' 1113(c) motion to abrogate the labour contracts of the company's more than 400 flight attendants, represented by the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA (AFA-CWA).
What is the point of expensive investigations and prosecutions when our political masters can just abrogate all these efforts and put children at risk?
More important, even if it were true, it would in no way abrogate historians' obligation to get at a humanly complete set of sources for so much pathetically misdirected rage.
government to unilaterally abrogate Indian treaties, [a question] to which the United States never provided an answer.
While it was true that the Pope had granted a dispensation to allow the marriage anyway, it was decided that the Pope couldn't abrogate the word of God.
The appeals court held that ADA did not validly abrogate a state's immunity from claims for monetary damages brought by inmates under Title II of ADA.
The pledge confirms your willingness to have a nuclear waste facility in your neighborhood; to send your kids to North Korea and other hot spots; to abrogate privacy rights for warrants, phone taps, medical records, borrowed library books, and (a space for you to fill in the blank); to remain married despite hating your spouse; to support tax cuts for the rich at the expense of your Family (please list your children and their Social Security numbers), and "to embrace global warming as a useful weapon in the trade wars.