[ US /ˈæbɹəˌɡeɪt/ ]
  1. revoke formally
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How To Use abrogate In A Sentence

  • In 1948, the Soviets, in an attempt to abrogate agreements for Four-Power control of the city, blockaded Berlin.
  • We need a way to abrogate Supreme Court decisions that declare to be unconstitutional statutes or practices that have coexisted with the constitutional provision in question for many years and were never considered incompatible before. The Volokh Conspiracy » Federalism Restoration Amendment: Take 2
  • The normal privilege against self-incrimination is abrogated by the terms of section 31 in such proceedings.
  • That principle places limitations on the power of Parliament to legislate to abrogate or undermine those fundamental rules.
  • At present ten is the term allowed for afterthought; and when the regulation was made, all the men of abilities were invited to give their opinion whether it were better to abrogate or modify it. Letters written during a short residence in Sweden, Norway and Denmark
  • God, have rendered that relief physically impossible; and yet he would abrogate the poor-laws by an act of the legislature, in order to take away that _impossible_ relief, which the laws of God deny, and which the laws of man _actually_ afford. The Spirit of the Age Contemporary Portraits
  • On returning to Madagascar, both sides abrogated the agreement.
  • This custom was abrogated years ago.
  • The employees submitted that the Premier Plan and the associated trust could not be separated and the merger could not lawfully abrogate the trust rights to which they were entitled.
  • Our county, parish and town councillors all need to see this if they do not wish to abrogate their duty to us, their constituents.
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