Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)
Use "abrogation" in a sentence
"(BTW, how can Scalia be a “textualist” when he joins the decisions requiring a demonstrated legislative record — i.e., materials outside the text of the law — of state evil before abrogation is proper?)"
"Bush's doctrine of the "unitary executive," a two-word abrogation of the Constitution, dispenses with those precautions."
"The problem, though, is that the violent verses take precedence due to something called abrogation."