Abnegation sentence example

abnegation
  • With the memory of Tilsit still fresh in men's minds, it was not unnatural that to cynical men of the world like Metternich he merely seemed to be disguising " under the language of evangelical abnegation " vast and perilous schemes of ambition.
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  • This instance of abnegation is the more worthy of record that it formed a marked exception to Laplace's usual course.
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  • He set duty above everything, had in the highest degree a reverence for honour, and placed his indomitable courage at the service of everything that was beneficial with an abnegation that nothing could tire.
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