The vice principal's abnegation of her position to allow for the promotion of a younger person was admired by all.
The Board of Directors was faced with a couple of uncertainties regarding the abnegations of the entire staff at the shelter for women.
Samuel's sudden abnegation of a wild life to become a Christian missionary was a great surprise for everyone who knew him.2. The denial and rejection of a doctrine or a belief: There are those who have an abnegation of the existence of God.
3. Etymology: from Latin abnegare, "to refuse, to deny"; from ab-, "off, away from" + negare, "to deny".