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    abjure - Dictionary definition and meaning for word abjure

    Definition
    (verb) formally reject or disavow a formerly held belief, usually under pressure
    Synonyms : forswear , recant , resile , retract
    Example Sentence
    • He retracted his earlier statements about his religion
    • She abjured her beliefs
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for abjure

Abjure think it like injure. so once you are injured you will give up. so abjure means give up

ab+jure...jure- jor (in Hindi) Jor lagaao chodoo mat....(Don't Give up) (this mnemonic is in Hindi Language)

abjure ~ ab (away) + jure (jury). He abjured (rejected, moved away from) her earlier statements in front of jury.

ab jury ke saamne kasam khaata hoon, i'll not do this again

ab+jaanede+yaar (abjure) am renouncing

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ABJURE = the prefix AB- means against. -JURE means rule (like JURY) So, ABJURE means to rule against.

ab(now);(jury).one compulsoryly have to take an oath in front of a jury

Abjure = Ab jure (Zaroori in HINDI) .. under pressure you say "Ab zaroori nahi hai"..

abjure sounds like "object" which both are the same in the meaning to renounce

Ab indicates negative meaning. -jure can be thought as JOR in hindi meaning pressure..so GIVING UP UNDER PRESSURE is ABJURE

ab+chod--give up

I SURE never believed in this crap!

read ab+jure like ab+jaa(i.e remove,renounce)

Sounds like: "Abb joor lgaa ke chodh dho." (Now go all out and give it up)

WoW: you don't want to conjure water but you abjure to do it.

Take an oath in front of jury to denounce one's belief.

abjure

ab jane de re. (in marathi ab(ata) jau(ju) de re) means give up.

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