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abdicant

[ ab-di-kuhnt ]
/ ˈæb dɪ kənt /
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adjective

abdicating, forsaking, or deserting: to be abdicant of one's duty.

noun

a person who abdicates; abdicator.

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Origin of abdicant

1645–55; <Latin abdicant- (stem of abdicāns), present participle of abdicāre.See abdicate, -ant
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