Similar words: abnegation, negate, negation, negative, negatively, delegate, relegate, segregate. Meaning: ['æbnɪgeɪt] v. 1. deny oneself (something); restrain, especially from indulging in some pleasure 2. surrender 3. deny or renounce.
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1. What emergency things that let persons abnegate their lifes.
2. She learns to detach, to abnegate, from all earthly concepts andmateiral objects, even bodily form.
3. To abnegate yourself is the best way to get close to yourself.
4. It can abnegate useless samples and make the knowledge of study objects accumulate.
5. So, this paper will give advices on how to carry forward or abnegate individualism.
6. I know that my ideal is now very far away from me, and there will be a lot of difficulties to face, but I will never give up, I must complete own ideal, never abnegate.
7. You should manage to make yourself qualify for the conditions since there's no unconditional love, meanwhile you should learn to abnegate some conditions to love one.
8. In face of the deterioration of public morality we should abnegate ourselves first and any commentaries without actions are superfluous.
9. Because of her dream and love , she fling caution to the winds to meet Robert all the time , and because of her love and responsibility , she does not abnegate her family.
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10. Although the general design method of the position loop composed of the position sensor is abnegate, but the information radar servo system has high orientation precision in this way.
11. If love and friendship can't be together, I will abnegate the resultless love.
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