Use Abrogate in a sentence. How to use the word Abrogate in a sentence? Sentence examples with the word Abrogate. Sentence for Abrogate.
Definition of Abrogate
- To put an end to; annul; repeal
Examples of abrogate in a sentence
- to abrogate a treaty.
- That he would abrogate wicked laws and perverse customs, if any such should be brought into his kingdom, and that he would enact good laws, and the same in good faith keep, without mental reservation.
- For any foreign court to harbor a pretender to the British crown, when there was an established government in England based on a determination of the people to abrogate royalty altogether, was to incur very considerable political danger.
- If he meant ‘purifying at once,’ or ‘purifying in such a way as to abrogate immediately the Levitical prohibitions,’ then he was wrong; for that was not the meaning.