Thesaurus / relinquishment

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I can count on one hand the number of times I’ve witnessed somebody relinquish fairly core, cherished beliefs.
The Commons treated the King's refusal to act with them as a relinquishment of his power to Parliament.
I know it is requesting so much of you to ask your relinquishment of this first dance with me to-night.
BOB HAMPTON OF PLACERRANDALL PARRISH
They pointed out among other things that his relinquishment of pecuniary profit in his books was apparent, not real.
Unhappily the relinquishment of the Iowa country had not been free from a strong suspicion of wrongs done the Indians.
Though the poet afterwards gives us to understand that even in this relinquishment of art there was a more refined artifice.
There was that in them which office did not give, and which the relinquishment of office did not, and could not, take away.
Margaret finds a decline of sentiment and poetic power in Goethe, dating from his relinquishment of Lili.
She continued her school till failing health, a year or so before her death, compelled its relinquishment.
Monsieur de Bourbonne asked to see the paper, the deed of relinquishment, which the abbe had just signed.
THE VICAR OF TOURSHONORE DE BALZAC

WORDS RELATED TO RELINQUISHMENT

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