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Synonyms for renunciation

Synonyms for renunciation

Synonyms for renunciation

rejecting or disowning or disclaiming as invalid

the state of having rejected your religious beliefs or your political party or a cause (often in favor of opposing beliefs or causes)

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an act (spoken or written) declaring that something is surrendered or disowned

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when bhikkhu is said in the discourses it should be taken as referring to both male and female renunciants, and .
In this way, the anger of a nun who is in a compromised position might enmesh monks in a web of accusations that would call into question their own credibility as celibate renunciants.
They don't need to take a similar decision if their sadhus are disciplined renunciants and follow religious and social ethics," he said.
On this path newly ordained samaneri and bhikkhuni take up significant tasks and responsibilities: as individuals they have to be renunciants worthy of people's respect, and as a group they have to develop a consolidated female order which can engender sufficient faith to earn both support and new ordained members.
270 (2004) (noting almost all renunciants later requested to cancel their applications to renounce their citizenship and citing Acheson v.
The Ramananda order of renunciants traces its origin to Swami Ramananda, who lived in the North India during the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries.
The traditional ashram is primarily dedicated to the participation of renunciants or sadhus, although lay disciples may be taught there or employed as staff.
18) Most of these renunciants soon thought better of their decision and sought to restore their citizenship through the federal courts.
Would-be renunciants must also prove that they do not intend to live in the United States afterward.
Chapter 3 explores the shifting meanings of agotaktikos, literally one who is "set apart," a label for many types of renunciants in Greek and Coptic documents.
He did share with these other renunciants, however, a somber view of the world and its pleasures, a view that was alert to the ubiquity of suffering and dedicated to putting an end to suffering.
The central character of two novels by Goethe, Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre ( Wilhelm Meister 's Apprenticeship, 1795 - 96) and Wilhelm Meisters Wanderjahre, oder Die Entsagenden ( Wilhelm Meister's Travels, or the Renunciants, 1829).
Lastly, female renunciants have habitually been refused the same material support to which their male counterparts are privy.
There are also examples of female victims of abuse, who, by becoming religious renunciants, manage to recover moral status.
of individual renunciants rather than by asserting its own interests