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abdicator (s) (noun), abdicators (pl)
1. Someone who gives up a high office, formally or officially; especially, a royal throne: The duke, by giving up his title, was seen by many as an abdicator.
2. Anyone who fails to fulfill a duty or responsibility: The manager of the store lost his position because he was accused of being an abdicator of his duties.
This entry is located in the following units: a-, ab-, abs- (page 2) dic-, dict- (page 1) -or; -our (primarily British) (page 1)