Abrogate in a sentence

Use Abrogate in a sentence

Abrogate ;

Meaning: [verb ] cancel; deny; repeal ;

Both countries voted to abrogate the trade treaty.

The mutual security treaty with Germany will be abrogated.

Yesterday, Marco Rubio said he wouldn’t support a law to abrogate birthright citizenship.

Thus, the previous punishment – life-time house arrest – is abrogated in favor of another punishment.

I decline to rewrite our collective bargaining agreement to abrogate my authority and discretion,” he added.

Mission India is a 60 days magical voyage with the support of Ministry of Defence to abrogate terrorism and violence.

A special decree abrogated the charters by which the country’s main religious communities had operated.

The Uniform Commercial Code abrogated this requirement for modification of contracts, as discussed below.

He abrogated the constitution, imposed martial law and appointed General as the Chief Martial Law Administrator.