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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
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Sep 24, 2010 ... If you look up abjure in a dictionary, you will find: formally reject or disavow a
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1 to solemnly or formally reject or go back on (as something formerly adhered to)
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Synonyms and antonyms for abjure. 1. abjure (v.) formally reject or disavow a
formerly held belief, usually under pressure. Synonyms: renounce,; repudiate ...