Renunciation

Re*nun`ci*a"tion

(r?-n?n`s?-?"sh?n -sh?-?"sh?n; 277), n. [Cf. F. renonciation, L. renuntiatio ann announcement. See Renounce.] 1. The act of renouncing.
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2. (Law) Formal declination to take out letters of administration, or to assume an office, privilege, or right.
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Syn. -- Renouncement; disownment; disavowal; disavowment; disclaimer; rejection; abjuration; recantation; denial; abandonment; relinquishment.
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