TODAY’S WORD = ABROGATION

From William

Words are what makes our life work.

We have words for everything and everybody.

So, let us give you a CHALLENGE OF WORDS!!

This will increase your vocabulary for one.

For two, you will just maybe learn something and as I have been told and shared many times before:

“A day should never go by without either a lesson learned, or a challenge ignored”.

TODAY’S WORD IS: ABROGATION.

The proper PRONUNCIATION would be:

  • {AB-RUH-GEY-SHUHN}
  • ABROGATION is a NOUN

The DEFINITION would be:

  • ABROGATION is defined as being “the act or an instance of abrogating, or repealing

The ORIGIN of the word ABROGATION would be:

  • The word ABROGATION comes from the early 16th Century and is Latin.
  • The Etymology of ABROGATION says it derives from the Latin word abrogate which means ‘repealed,

The HISTORY of the word ABROGATION would be:

  • SYNONYMS for ABROGATION = Annulment, repudiation, discontinuation, ending, retraction, reversal.
  • ANTONYMS for ABROGATION = Creation, Validation, Continuation.

Using the Word ABROGATION in a sentence:

  • Example would be = “The community demanded an abrogation of a condition in the home owners association bylaws.”
  • Remember to add ABROGATION to your vocabulary and use it sometime to see who others in your travels know the word or may find themselves stumped as to what you may have just said when using it.

Oh, and do not forget to continue working our previous ‘Challenge of Words, which was COPIOUS, into your talks or writing.

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