Noun(1) rejecting or disowning or disclaiming as invalid(2) the state of having rejected your religious beliefs or your political party or a cause (often in favor of opposing beliefs or causes(3) an act (spoken or written(4) the act of renouncing; sacrificing or giving up or surrendering (a possession or right or title or privilege etc.
(1) If the renunciation can be proven illegal, then the Aborigines can take all the land back.(2) The ├ö├ç├┐Sunshine Policy├ö├ç├û has developed with the clear renunciation of any suggestion the South might simply ├ö├ç├┐absorb├ö├ç├û the North.(3) a renunciation of violence(4) Even today, Heloise has the ability to shock in her unrepentant rejection of social mores, renunciation of morality, and belief in the primacy of sexual and spiritual love and its integration with her religion.(5) Ironically, by the time of Tyndale's death, Henry's desire for a divorce had precipitated his renunciation of papal authority.(6) The argument for the implicit renunciation , of course, also strengthens the case for the explicit.(7) There the parties recognised Japan's renunciation of its right, title and claim to Taiwan as stated in the San Francisco Peace Treaty, but the parties did not go any further.(8) A voluntary restructuring scheme is proposed to encourage factory closures and renunciation of quota.(9) You know, we had this renunciation of violence just hours before that suicide bombing.(10) It concluded that, despite formal renunciation in the early 1960s of the old, abused doctrine of separate but equal, at a practical level separate and unequal remained the overall condition of black Americans.(11) In this view, the individual achieves freedom only through renunciation of his or her desires and beliefs as an individual and submersion in a larger group.(12) In 1988, in response to Jordan's final renunciation of its claims to the West Bank, the PLO declared it the independent state of Palestine, and later that year finally recognized the state of Israel.(13) Every renunciation of instinct now becomes a dynamic source of conscience and every fresh renunciation increases the latter's severity and intolerance.(14) entry into the priesthood requires renunciation of marriage(15) the life of the Spirit required renunciation of marriage(16) You may be quick to add that something else must go with this renunciation of failure, and of course you are right.
2. abstention from ::
3. repudiation ::
6. defection ::
1. indulgence ::
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