renounceable

renounceable
renounce VERB 1) formally declare one's abandonment of (a claim, right, or possession). 2) refuse to recognize any longer. 3) abandon (a cause, bad habit, or way of life).
DERIVATIVES renounceable adjective renouncement noun renouncer noun.
ORIGIN Old French renoncer, from Latin renuntiare 'protest against' .

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