Relinquishment

Antonyms of RELINQUISHMENT

Examples of usage:

  1. Burgundy had eagerly embraced the opportunity of attaching to his side the castle and estates of Villeroy, and he and the Count d'Estournel between them raised a sum of money which was paid to Sir Eustace for the relinquishment to Burgundy of the fief, which was then bestowed upon Count Charles. "At Agincourt" by G. A. Henty
  2. Despite the general approval of the President's firm stand against Germany, there was an inclination in some quarters to do everything possible to avoid a conflict, even if the effort necessitated the relinquishment of rights that had hitherto been well recognized. "The United States Since The Civil War" by Charles Ramsdell Lingley
  3. An accompanying despatch to his distracted wife announced his relinquishment of the project which had taken him abroad and his immediate return on the next steamer sailing from Southampton. "The Millionaire Baby" by Anna Katharine Green
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