ablegation

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin ablēgātio (a sending away, banishment).

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ablegation (plural ablegations)

  1. (obsolete) Expulsion; banishment.
    • 1659, Henry More, The Immortality of the Soul[1]:
      Now of all Passions whatever, excess of Desire is fittest for this more harmless and momentary Ablegation of the Soul from the Body

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