V. WORDS RELATING TO THE VOLUNTARY POWERS; INTERSOCIAL VOLITION

I. GENERAL INTERSOCIAL VOLITION

Abrogation.

[Nouns] abrogation, annulment, nullification; vacatur; canceling; cancel; revocation, revokement; repeal, rescission, defeasance.

dismissal, conge, demission; bounce [U.S.]; deposal, deposition; dethronement; disestablishment, disendowment; deconsecration; sack, walking papers, walking ticket; pink slip, yellow cover.

abolition, abolishment; dissolution.

counter order, countermand; repudiation, retractation; recantation (tergiversation) [more]; abolitionist.

[Verbs] abrogate, annul, cancel; destroy [more]; abolish; revoke, repeal, rescind, reverse, retract, recall; abolitionize; overrule, override; set aside; disannul, dissolve, quash, nullify, declare null and void; disestablish, disendow; deconsecrate.

disclaim (deny) [more]; ignore, repudiate; recant [more]; divest oneself, break off.

countermand, counter order; do away with; sweep away, brush away; throw overboard, throw to the dogs; scatter to the winds, cast behind.

dismiss, discard; cast off, turn off, cast out, cast adrift, cast out of doors, cast aside, cast away; send off, send away, send about one's business; discharge, get rid of (eject) [more]; bounce [U.S.]; fire, fire out; sack.

cashier; break; oust; unseat, unsaddle; unthrone, dethrone, disenthrone; depose, uncrown; unfrock, strike off the roll; disbar, disbench.

be abrogated; receive its quietus.

[Adjectives] abrogated; functus officio.

[Interjections] get along with you! begone! go about your business! away with!

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