Antonyms of ABJURE

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  1. And after that, if he can find sufficient sureties, he shall be delivered, and, if not, he shall abjure the realm of England." "Our Legal Heritage, 4th Ed." by S. A. Reilly
  2. That is true, in a limited degree; but the diagnosis is no remedy for the disease, because shyness is as much a disease as a cold in the head, and no amount of effort can prevent the attacks of the complaint; the only remedy is either to avoid the occasions of the attacks,- and that is impossible, unless one is to abjure the society of other people for good and all;- or else to practise resolutely the hardening process of frequenting society, until one gets a sort of courage out of familiarity. "At Large" by Arthur Christopher Benson
  3. Not that she means to abjure; she has not reached that decision as yet; but she may be forced to it by our triumph. "Catherine de' Medici" by Honore de Balzac

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