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Synonyms for abrogate

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Synonyms for abrogate

to put an end to, especially formally and with authority

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Words related to abrogate

revoke formally

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According to such an abrogative reading, Welch's novel formally evokes a colonial captivity narrative in reverse.
I further argue that the logical corollary of this resistance is what may be described as a "virtual abrogation" or an "abrogative suspension" of the beating measure.
all laws creative of liberty, are, as far as they go, abrogative of liberty.'(51) The freedom paradox manifests itself in many ways.