Ratification

Antonyms of RATIFICATION

Examples of usage:

  1. But it is now generally admitted, even by those who adopt the narrowest political theories, that legal rights are merely the ratification of moral rights already existing, and that the creation of new legal rights for securing the just aspirations of ill- protected classes of the people belongs to the ordinary daily duties of all civil government. "Contemporary Socialism" by John Rae
  2. Many valiant exploits were performed, the town was relieved, and the campaign was concluded by the ratification of a treaty whereby the Christians were to enjoy the privilege of visiting Jerusalem as pilgrims. "The History of the Knights Templars, the Temple Church, and the Temple" by Charles G. Addison
  3. The Indians were to be removed within two years after the ratification of the treaty. "Stories Of Georgia 1896" by Joel Chandler Harris
  4. Under such circumstances, would it be extraordinary if we should, within three years from the ratification of the treaty, see the commencement of an agitation for a change in the copyright system? "Letters on International Copyright; Second Edition" by Henry C. Carey
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