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Synonym of Abdicate (verb)

relinquish vacate forgo step down renounce quit retire waive cede drop resign leave abjure yield withdraw abnegate abandon surrender bail out leave in the lurch opt out sell out demit quitclaim bag it give up leave high and dry leave holding the bag

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They could not, however, do this until the Duke of Parma should die or abdicate.

The man might abdicate; but the magistrate was irremoveable.

After his death she was induced to abdicate in favor of the Republic of Venice, which took possession of Cyprus in 1487.

But Mary had only consented to abdicate because she felt sure of escape.

The emperor in his weakness was ready to abdicate but died before that stage was reached.

Here he held the famous council as to whether he should abdicate the Mexican throne or not.

An hour before they had unanimously resolved that Achmed must be made to abdicate, and now they unanimously begged for pardon.

You'd not do it again; or, if you did, not get Nap to abdicate.

There indeed they found Napoleon,—and Ferdinand was informed that he must abdicate the throne.

It has even been said that in 1412 the Prince urged his father to abdicate in his favour.

Word Origin & History of - Abdicate

Word Origin & History of Abdicate

Word Origin & History

abdicate 1540s, "to disown, disinherit (children)," from L. abdicatus, pp. of abdicare "to renounce, disown, disinherit" (specifically abdicare magistratu "renounce office"), from ab- "away" + dicare "proclaim," from stem of dicere "to speak, to say" (see diction). Meaning "divest oneself of office" first recorded 1610s. Related: Abdicated; abdicating.

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