Abrogate in a Sentence

Definition of Abrogate

to abolish; to do away with

Use Abrogate in a sentence

You cannot abrogate anyone's right to free speech!

With thunderstorms rolling in this afternoon, we may abrogate today's outdoor protest.

A good father would never abrogate his parental responsibilities.

Our city needs to abrogate outdated laws.

If you talk out loud in class, I will abrogate your right to choose where to sit.

While the United States abolished slavery back in 1865, some countries have yet to abrogate it.

More cities are beginning to abrogate smoking in public places because of second-hand smoke hazards.

Animal lovers are protesting to abrogate the use of animals in science.

Because we have a signed contract, you cannot abrogate your end of the agreement.

As a police officer, I cannot abrogate my legal duty to enforce the law.

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