Abnegation in a Sentence

Definition of Abnegation

the act of rejecting or refusing something

Use Abnegation in a sentence

Her abnegation of ice cream and cookies is due to her Olympic team training.

Because everyone knew Jane loved serving the public, they were shocked by her abnegation of the congressional seat.

The school counselor hoped she could encourage her students to consider the abnegation of drug use.

When Mark decided to protest chemical dumping, he used the abnegation of food and water as his method of protest.

Frank’s abnegation of responsibility for his son’s behavior angered the judge.

After growing up in a very religious household, Cara knew a great deal about the abnegation of materialistic items.

Everyone expected the government’s abnegation of responsibility for the long war.

If you wish to be a monk, you must not have a problem with the abnegation of worldly possessions.

The priest's abnegation of his faith was a shock to everyone in the community.

When the atheist was questioned about his beliefs, he was quick to tell others about his abnegation of Christ.

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