resignations

All Noun
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  • He managed to win a seat later, when a special election was held after resignations opened several seats.
  • Whatever the cause, no sooner were they elected than they sent in their resignations. Cited from Paris under the Commune, by John Leighton
  • Although government officials may tender their resignations, they are not always accepted.
  • The resignations brought the total number of board members who had resigned over the course of one year to twenty-four.
  • During the following month one hundred and twenty give in their resignations, or no longer appear in the Assembly. Cited from The French Revolution V1, by Hippolyte Taine OCFV2
  • When a new President is from a different political party, almost all of the resignations will be eventually accepted.
  • They demanded club management resignations as a condition for getting back to the stadium stands.
  • The three officers, including one colonel, responded to this call and announced their resignations.
  • Thus, we hope these resignations will not take place.
  • The task force experienced subsequent resignations from most of its senior leadership.
  • The new Board chose, however, to act upon it and the three resignations were accepted. Cited from The University of Michigan, by Wilfred Shaw
  • These resignations are confirmed in Charles's will from the same year.
  • A number of investigations have been launched into the reasons behind the three resignations.
  • Diamond requested the resignations of all board members, and cut off access to those who refused.
  • There were now two separate subjects of division leading to resignations in the Cabinet. Cited from Life of Charles W. Dilke, Vol. 2,Stephen Gwynn
  • When you think otherwise, your resignations will be accepted.
  • Since the last election, there have been a number of resignations leading to changes in the membership of the council.
  • Around the same time, he also requested the resignations of seven senior officials in the Ministry.
  • Therefore, by all means give me your resignations. Cited from With Buller in Natal, by G. A. Henty
  • News of the resignations caused surprise to the general community as well as to politicians.
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Root form of resignations is resignation for the noun.

Meaning of resignations

  • noun Acceptance of despair
  • noun The act of giving up (a claim or office or possession etc.)
  • noun A formal document giving notice of your intention to resign
    he submitted his resignation as of next month