abeyant

  • 1 Abeyant — A*bey ant, a. Being in a state of abeyance. [1913 Webster] || …

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  • 2 abeyant — index dormant, inactive, prospective Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 abeyant — dormant, quiescent, *latent, potential Analogous words: deferred, suspended, postponed, stayed, intermitted (see DEFER): suppressed, repressed (see SUPPRESS) Antonyms: operative: active: revived Contrasted words: live, dynamic (see ACTIVE):… …

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  • 4 abeyant — adjective see abeyance …

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  • 5 abeyant — /euh bay euhnt/, adj. temporarily inactive, stopped, or suspended. [1865 70; ABEY(ANCE) + ANT] * * * …

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  • 6 abeyant — adjective Being in a state of abeyance …

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  • 7 abeyant — (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Existing in a temporarily inactive form or state: dormant, inactive, latent, quiescent, sleeping. See ACTION, SHOW …

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  • 8 abeyant — É™ beɪənt adj. suspended, temporarily postponed …

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  • 9 abeyant — adj 1. suspended, deferred, postponed, put off; tabled, shelved, set aside; inactive, static, stationary, resting, dormant, latent, quiescent; expectant, waiting. 2.See abeyance (def.2) …

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  • 10 abeyant — abey·ant …

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  • 11 abeyant — /əˈbeɪənt/ (say uh bayuhnt) adjective in abeyance …

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  • 12 abeyant — The state or condition of an estate or fee which is in abeyance …

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  • 13 abeyant — adjective inactive but capable of becoming active her feelings of affection are dormant but easily awakened • Syn: ↑dormant • Similar to: ↑inactive • Derivationally related forms: ↑dormancy (for: ↑ …

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  • 14 Baron Bergavenny — The title Baron Bergavenny (or Abergavenny) was created several times in the Peerage of England and once in the Peerage of Great Britain, all but the first creation being mistakes.Abergavenny is a market town in Monmouthshire in south east Wales …

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  • 15 Baron Cobham — The title Baron Cobham has been created numerous times in the Peerage of England; often multiple creations have been extant simultaneously, especially in the fourteenth century. The earliest creation was in 1313 for Henry de Cobham, who hailed… …

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  • 16 Baron Botetourt — The title Baron Botetourt (pronounced BOT ə tot) was created in the Peerage of England by writ of summons on 19 June 1305. It became abeyant in 1406, was recalled from abeyance in 1764 for Norborne Berkeley. However, it became abeyant again on… …

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  • 17 House of Neville — Armorial of Neville Country Kingdom of England, United Kingdom Titles Duke of Bedford Marquess of Montagu Marquess of Abergavenny Earl of Westmorland …

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  • 18 Baron Zouche — The title of Baron Zouche has thrice been created in the Peerage of England. The de la Zouche family descended from Alan la Zouche, 1st Baron la Zouche of Ashby, sometimes called Alan de Porhoët and Alan la Coche (c. 1136 ndash;1190), a Breton… …

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  • 19 Baron le Despencer — The title Baron le Despencer has been created several times by writ in the Peerage of England. The first creation was in 1295, when Hugh the elder Despenser was summoned to the Model Parliament. He was the eldest son of the sometime Justiciar… …

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  • 20 Baron de Ros — The title of Baron de Ros (pronounced Roose ) is the most ancient baronial title in the Peerage of England. (The spelling of the title and of the surname of the original holders has been rendered differently in various texts. The word Ros is… …

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