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Use Abdicate in a Sentence?

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The word abdicate can be used in a sentience as 'The young man abdicated to marry in tin own words', it is also used as 'The police must not abdicate its role to arrest the corrupt'. The word abdicate can be used as 'the government was accused of abdicating its responsibility'.
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