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Definition of Abnegative

Abnegative
Abnegative Ab"ne*ga*tive, a. [L. abnegativus.] Denying; renouncing; negative. [R.] --Clarke.

Meaning of Abnegative from wikipedia

- viewpoint character role in Allegiant with Tobias "Four" Eaton. Born in the Abnegation faction to Andrew and Natalie Prior, she describes herself as having pale...
- ****erting that a statement or allegation is not true. The same word, and also abnegation (German: Verneinung), is used for a psychological defense mechanism postulated...
- into Abnegation, which runs the government. Her father, Andrew Prior (Tony Goldwyn), serves on the ruling council along with the head of Abnegation, Marcus...
- are Dauntless (the brave), Amity (the kind), Erudite (the intelligent), Abnegation (the selfless), and Candor (the honest). On an appointed day every year...
- Beatrice Prior feels she does not belong in her Abnegation family. Her inconclusive test results (Abnegation, Dauntless and Erudite) mark her as “Divergent...
-  17. Cramer, p. ?[page needed] Cooley, Thomas M. (November 1883). "The Abnegation of Self-Government". Princeton Review. University of Michigan Law School:...
- his early poems, and there is advocacy of "self-denial", though such abnegation must be inspired by love rather than through authoritarian compulsion...
- father, Marcus's instruction, picks the choices that lead him to p**** for Abnegation during his Aptitude Test. His meeting with a factionless man who seems...
- faction, Tris and Four race against time as they try to figure out what Abnegation sacrificed their lives to protect, and why the Erudite leaders will do...
- Self-denial (related but different from self-abnegation or self-sacrifice) is an act of letting go of the self as with altruistic abstinence – the willingness...
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