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Definition of Abdicable

Abdicable
Abdicable Ab"di*ca*ble, a. Capable of being abdicated.

Meaning of Abdicable from wikipedia

- Abdication is the act of formally relinquishing monarchical authority. Abdications have pla**** various roles in the succession procedures of monarchies...
- The Abdication is a 1974 British historical drama film directed by Anthony Harvey and starring Peter Finch, Liv Ullmann, Cyril Cusack, Graham Crowden and...
- as the King's consort and Edward's refusal to give her up led to his abdication in December 1936. He was succeeded by his brother George VI. Edward was...
- & Telecommunications ****'n v. Brand X Internet Services (2005) as an "abdication of judicial duty", writing that deference is "more than a little difficult...
- was educated privately at home. Her father acceded to the throne on the abdication of his brother King Edward VIII in 1936, from which time she was the heir...
- Revolution (November 1918), Emperor Wilhelm II and all German ruling princes abdicated their positions and responsibilities. Germany's new political leadership...
- child". Between April 1877 and February 1878, she threatened five times to abdicate while pressuring Disraeli to act against Russia during the Russo-Turkish...
- The last Russian Tsar, Nicholas II, ruled the Russian Empire until his abdication in March 1917 in the aftermath of the February Revolution, due in part...
- of Moss. According to the terms of the convention, Christian Frederik abdicated the Norwegian throne and authorised the Parliament of Norway to make the...
- instead occupied Spain's major fortresses. The ridiculed Spanish king abdicated in favour of Napoleon's brother, Joseph Bonaparte. Joseph Bonaparte was...
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