Simple past tense and past participle of abjure.(verb)
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Use "abjured" in a sentence
"Democracies, in particular, over a very long period of time, have very definitely abjured their use, which has brought us to the present situation, fraught as it is with destructive implications."
"On the morning of June 22, 1633 in the hall of the convent of Santa Maria sopra Minvera in Rome, Galileo Galilei knelt before the Lord-Cardinal Inquisitors-General and publicly abjured his false opinion that the sun was the motionless center of the universe."
"Even his critics within the jihadist movement describe a humble man who leads by example and has abjured every material comfort for a life dedicated to defending his conception of Islam."