He alone of all men must for an uncertain time abjure this field of endeavour, however great his interest.
Just as many modern restaurateurs think you should do without a cruet, some modish winemakers abjure oak, preferring to let the grapes speak for themselves.
I want to look closely at the first lines of the poem, in which Smith seems to abjure any claim of authority.
After a long and wearisome trial he was condemned on June 22, 1633, solemnly to abjure his scientific creed on bended knees.
MPs were urged to abjure their Jacobite allegiance
his refusal to abjure the Catholic faith
He eagerly concurs in the prince's vow to abjure the throne and marriage.
Thus, Muldrow cannot help but abjure spiritual claims to universal enlightenment.
We were asked first to ‘absolutely and entirely renounce and abjure all allegiances and fidelity to any foreign prince, potentate, state, or sovereignty.’
Who speaks these terrible abjurations , Kafka the man or Kafka the artist?