abdicate

[ ab-di-keyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF abdicate

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

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

Whenever you like to rebel, I shall be just as ready to abdicate.

The man might abdicate; but the magistrate was irremoveable.

He was opposed to any negotiations for peace, and threatened to abdicate.

"Royalties may not abdicate," fell as a warning from pretty lips.

It is my notice to abdicate; he turns down the bottoms of my trousers.

She could not abdicate her throne, neither could any wrest it away from her.

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

And may I ask, supposing we did abdicate, whom do you propose to put in our place?

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