Abrogation (noun)

The cancellation or repeal of a law, treaty, or other legal agreement.

Origin:

From the latin abrogatio, from abrogare ("to repeal, cance.l")

Examples:

  1. The abrogation of the treaty was a major turning point in the history of the nations involved.
  2. The abrogation of the law was met with widespread protests and demonstrations.
  3. The abrogation of the agreement created tension between the two countries.
  4. The abrogation of the treaty was a significant loss for international diplomacy and cooperation.
  5. The abrogation of the law was a controversial move, with advocates on both sides of the issue.
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