Simple past tense and past participle of relinquish.(verb)
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Use "relinquished" in a sentence
"On March 5, 1953, after suffering a deadly stroke, Stalin relinquished control over a cult of personality so powerful that it had fooled the Russian people into thinking their despotic leader a wise and noble sovereign."
"Sonsona who decided to move up two weight divisions told us he expects a "very competitive fight" when he meets undefeated Vazquez Jr for the WBO super bantamweight title relinquished by Juan Manuel "Juanma" Lopez who moved up to featherweight and won the title with a battering of Steven Luevano."
"The rematch, in which the English title relinquished by Fury will also be on the line, should settle any disputes and will help shape the future of the wide-open domestic division."