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  • From Merriam-Webster

    Main Entry:

    ab·jure

    Pronunciation:

    \ab-?ju?r\

    Function:

    transitive verb

    Inflected Form(s):

    ab·jured; ab·jur·ing

    Etymology:

    Middle English, from Anglo-French or Latin; Anglo-French abjurer, from Latin abjurare, from ab- + jurare to swear — more at jury

    Date:

    15th century

    1 a: to renounce upon oath b: to reject solemnly2: to abstain from : avoid

    — ab·jur·er noun

    July 24, 2009