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arrogation

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synonyms for arrogation

  • appropriation
  • confiscation
  • encroachment
  • preemption
  • seizure
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How to use arrogation in a sentence

The arrogation of sole possession could but lead to the disintegration of the troop.
SOCIAL ORIGINS AND PRIMAL LAWANDREW LANG
This arrogation of dignity was much resented by his friends.
THE HYPOCRITECYRIL ARTHUR EDWARD RANGER GULL
This primary arrogation on his part is the ground of all idolatry, and of the great heresies of Gnostic and Popish origin.
THE MESSIAH IN MOSES AND THE PROPHETSELEAZAR LORD
He ridicules the arrogation to itself by the 'Compact' of a monopoly of loyalty.
THE TRIBUNE OF NOVA SCOTIAW. L. (WILLIAM LAWSON) GRANT
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO ARROGATION

  • acceptance
  • accepting
  • acquisition
  • adoption
  • appropriation
  • arrogation
  • assuming
  • embracing
  • grab
  • seizure
  • shouldering
  • takeover
  • taking
  • taking on
  • taking up
  • undertaking
  • usurpation
  • appropriation
  • arrogation
  • confiscation
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.