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abjured Meaning in Bengali

 শপথপূর্বক পরিত্যাগ করা,


শপথপূর্বক পরিত্যাগ করা,

abjured's Usage Examples:

", Porter abjured the word "novella", calling it a "slack, boneless, affected word that we.

The chronicler Theophanes the Confessor reports that in 742/3, he abjured Monotheletism, the dominant doctrine among Alexandrian Melkites since it.

Cow blowing was the reason why Gandhi abjured cow milk, saying that "since I had come to know that the cow and the buffalo.

who, escaping from the Court, had returned to the Calvinism which he had abjured at the time of the Massacre of St.

being burned at the stake, several, to be spared execution, abjured.

Among those who abjured was Leonor de Cisneros.

to trade only with the United States, to free all their slaves, and it abjured them not to acquire any new slaves.

On 29 August 1178, Callixtus submitted to Alexander III at Tusculum and abjured the schism.

By this, eastern Georgia abjured any form of dependence on Persia (who had been its suzerain for centuries).

In 1581, representatives of the Seven Provinces abjured Philip II of Spain, heir of the Dukes of Burgundy.

After having signed the National Covenant and abjured Episcopacy, he was declared capable of the ministry by the Synod on 1 October.

" to The Collected Stories of Katherine Anne Porter, abjured the word "novella," calling it a "slack, boneless, affected word that we.

Some Jews abjured their faith; he forbade the others to remain in the city, and expelled.

Within a month Vladislaus abjured his oath at the urging of the papacy and the crusade continued.

He therefore solemnly abjured his error, made a profession of faith, and entered the Dominican Order.

For example, when Henri IV abjured the Protestant religion, putting an end to religious wars, it was in St.

Russian Empire, whereby the kingdom became a Russian protectorate and abjured any dependence on its suzerain Persia.

During the civil wars, Béroalde abjured Calvinism and joined the factions around Henri III of France (he may also.

He was again brought before the Bishop, abjured and condemned to perpetual imprisonment while four of his followers were.

" to "The Collected Stories of Katherine Anne Porter," abjured the word "novella," calling it a "slack, boneless, affected word that we.


recant; disown; renounce; resile; repudiate; forswear; retract;


claim; take office; admit; accept; repel;

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