Definition of Abdicated

Common misspellings:
  • abicated (0.0%)
  • adicated (0.0%)
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Examples of usage:
  1. Loving Balzac so tenderly growing old so quickly with Madame de Castries and the unknown Russian ready to seize the empire which she had abdicated willingly though at bitter cost what a temptation it must have been to leave these words unsaid and now that she was parting from Balzac to accord him the unstinted admiration for which he yearned - Honore de Balzac, His Life and Writings by Mary F. Sandars

  2. By their acts of cession they abdicated their own sovereignty over the District and thus made room for that provided by the United States constitution which sovereignty was to commence as soon as a cession of territory by states and its acceptance by Congress furnished a sphere for its exercise - The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus by American Anti-Slavery Society

  3. He quoted the article of the constitution by which it was declared that if the king placed himself at the head of an army and directed its force against the nation or if he did not formally oppose such an enterprise undertaken in his name he should be considered as having abdicated the throne - History of the French Revolution from 1789 to 1814 by F. A. M. Miguet