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Abeyant

see synonyms of abeyant

1. abeyant, dormant

inactive but capable of becoming active

Example Sentences:
'her feelings of affection are dormant but easily awakened'

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Abeyant

see synonyms of abeyant
noun
1. (usually preceded by in or into)
a state of being suspended or put aside temporarily
2. (usually preceded by in) law
an indeterminate state of ownership, as when the person entitled to an estate has not been ascertained

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Abeyant

see synonyms of abeyant
noun
1. 
temporary suspension, as of an activity or function
2.  Law
a state of not having been determined or settled, as of lands the present ownership of which has not been established

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Abeyant

see synonyms of abeyant
n.
1. The condition of being temporarily set aside; suspension: held the plan in abeyance.
2. Law A condition of undetermined ownership, as of an interest in an estate that has not yet vested.

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