The rate of relinquishment for women of color has traditionally remained low.
Could this relinquishment be confined to the two contracting parties alone, its effect would be calculable.
In return for the relinquishment Cullison had been released.
This necessity may force a relinquishment of the right contended for by this House.
He could not only sell me a relinquishment, but could also take my filing.
Since the relinquishment to the new incorporation of its hospital work, the College is now the main care of the Association.
With the relinquishment of responsibility, she appeared to grow almost cheerful.
I am not aware of all the circumstances which led to the relinquishment of the Lille plan.
Will you sign a relinquishment to your claim, and trust to me that it is the best for us to do?
He did not see the expediency of volunteering a relinquishment of the claims established against several of the States.
mid-15c., "desert, abandon;" late 15c., "give up, desist," from Old French relinquiss-, present participle stem of relinquir (12c.), from Latin relinquere "leave behind, forsake, abandon, give up," from re- "back" (see re-) + linquere "to leave," from PIE *linkw-, from root *leikw- "to leave behind" (cf. Sanskrit reknas "inheritance, wealth," rinakti "leaves;" Greek leipein "to leave;" Gothic leihvan, Old English lænan "to lend;" Old High German lihan "to borrow;" Old Norse lan "loan"). Related: Relinquished; relinquishing.