Relinquishes [verb]

Definition of Relinquishes:

give up, let go

Opposite/Antonyms of Relinquishes:

Sentence/Example of Relinquishes:

One of them relinquishes his share and takes back the clasp.

He expects an equivalent for what he relinquishes, and insists on it as his right.

For the beloved, one relinquishes all else—performs the greatest prodigies.

Finally, he is unable to apply himself to business, relinquishes the effort, and seeks advice.

Then he bent forward, turned out the gas, arose with the air of a man who relinquishes a difficult task.

Begging Patroclus to forgive him for robbing his ghost of this last satisfaction, he relinquishes to Priam the body of his son.

But he forgets or relinquishes this antithesis, when he presents to us the Inductive process as a given variety of Syllogism.

Article I. Spain relinquishes all claim of sovereignty over and title to Cuba.

Vida Levering relinquishes an impulse to follow, and sits left centre.

There is nothing more precious to a man than his will; there is nothing which he relinquishes with so much reluctance.