Resignation synonyms

rĕz'ĭg-nā'shən
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The act or fact of submitting to the power of another:
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Mental preparation for something unwelcome
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A complying with or giving in to a request, wish, or demand; acquiescence
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The definition of humility is the quality or act of being humble.
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A lack of initiative.
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Patience is the quality of waiting calmly without complaining.
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Submission or courteous respect given to another, often in recognition of authority.
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The state or quality of being submissive.
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The act or an instance of renouncing; a giving up formally or voluntarily, often at a sacrifice, of a right, claim, title, etc.
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Self abnegation is a person putting their needs and wants aside for the sake of others.
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The state or condition of being resigned (passively accepting a situation).
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The act of acquiescing; agreement or consent without protest
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Endurance is defined as the act of working very hard without stopping, even in the face of difficult situations or pain.
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Tendency to yield; submissiveness.
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Mental preparation for something unwelcome
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Withdrawal from one's occupation or position, especially upon reaching a certain age.
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(Archaic) Death
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The act of resigning
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The act of resigning
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The act of resigning
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The voluntary renunciation of sovereign power; as, abdication of the throne, government, power, authority. [First attested in the late 17th century.]
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Delivery into the possession of another, such as vacating of property by the tenant before the lease has terminated so that the landlord may consider termination to have occurred; the giving up of a claim or a right; yielding to the control or power of another; the return of an estate to the one who has a reversion so as to merge the estate into a larger one.
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The act or process of withdrawing, as:
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Abandonment of a right or thing. See also abstention.
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The voluntary leaving of a person to whom one is bound by a special relation, as a wife, husband or child; desertion.
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The act of resigning
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The act of resigning
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The act of resigning
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The act of resigning
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(Biology) Ability (of an organism, tissue, or cell) to withstand a destructive agent or condition such as a chemical compound, a disease agent, or an environmental stressor:
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Mental preparation for something unwelcome
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The property of being unwilling.
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A record of this; receipt
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Acceptance of or resignation to the prospect of defeat.
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The termination of an affiliation; the act of ceasing to be associated with something.
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A refraining from the enforcement of something (as a debt, right, or obligation) that is due.
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The strength to bear misfortune, pain, etc. calmly and patiently; firm courage
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Patient endurance.
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Lack of excesses or pretensions; moderation
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The act of noting or observing; perception or attention:
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The act of obeying.
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Demonstration of an obedient attitude, especially by bowing deeply.
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(Intransitive) To relinquish or renounce a throne, or other high office or dignity; to renounce sovereignty. [First attested in the early 18th century.]
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To cease to have an affiliation with; to take steps to break an affiliation or association.
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(Intransitive) To quit (a job or position). [from 14th c.]
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Annoyance because of delay, opposition, etc.
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Lack of tolerance, esp. of others' opinions, beliefs, etc.; bigotry
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(Countable) An understanding between entities to follow a specific course of conduct.
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relinquishment of responsibility
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The transfer of a title or deed to another, without warranty as to the extent of ownership on the part of the seller.
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A voluntary relinquishing of a right or privilege. Although a waiver may result from an explicit surrender or by circumstances, courts frown on accepting waivers of constitutional rights. The party waiving a right must have knowledge of that right and the informed intention of surrendering it.
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Unresponsiveness to an antigen that normally produces an immunologic reaction.
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(Historical) The main tower of a castle or fortress, located within the castle walls. (According to keep, the word comes "from the Middle English term kype, meaning basket or cask, and was a term applied to the shell keep at Guînes, said to resemble a barrel".)
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The capacity of enduring hardship or inconvenience without complaint
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