abjure (v.) Old form(s): abiur'd , abiure
swear to abandon, solemnly reject
KL II.iv.203[Lear to all] I abjure all roofs
Tem V.i.51[Prospero alone] this rough magic / I here abjure
TN I.ii.40[Captain to Viola, of Olivia] she hath abjured the sight / And company of men
TS I.i.33[Tranio to Lucentio, of studying] Let's [not] ... so devote to Aristotle's checks / As Ovid be an outcast quite abjured
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