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abjure Meaning in gujarati ( abjure ગુજરાતી ભાષામાં આ શબ્દનો અર્થ શું છે?)

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abjure ગુજરાતી ભાષામાં ઉદાહરણ:

ભારતીય ઇતિહાસનો ઘટનાક્રમ (chronology) રચવાનો પ્રથમ પ્રયાસ ૧૮મી સદીમાં વીલીયમ જોન (William s) અને બીજા અંગેજ અધિકારી દ્વારા કરવામાં આવ્યો હતો.

of the films have done well at the box office, although his acting was much better appreciated in his last venture.

abjure's Usage Examples:

Pierre, the hermit, breaks up a row between the family vassals and abjures them to join his crusade.

Victoria"s husband begged her to abjure her faith and to think of her young children but she refused.

(weghidelúhu haGoyím `al dathám), whose status is that of an ’anús [one who abjures Jewish law under duress], who, although he later learns that he is a Jew.

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

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

remain loyal to the Crown, pay a rent and follow English laws and customs, abjure the Roman Catholic Church, and convert to Henry"s new Anglican Church.

Ottoman Sultan for having baptized a converted Muslim, and after refusing to abjure his own Christian faith.

In the presence of the emperor, the three saints refused to abjure their faith, and were tossed into a chamber filled with snakes and scorpions.

Five priests are recorded as being at the hanging to encourage him to abjure.

gives the Darkovans a way out of this trap through a moral agreement to abjure any weapons that do not place the users within arms" reach of each other.

Examples of 7-letter pairs in the English language are abjurer and nowhere, and Chechen and purpura.

The other specialists were abjurers, conjurers, diviners, enchanters, invokers, necromancers and transmuters.

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


recant, disown, renounce, resile, repudiate, forswear, retract,


claim, take office, admit, accept, repel,

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