I ask you wholly to relinquish, for the present, any tie but your relationship.
Now, the beginning and the end of what I have come to beg of you is, Mr. Guppy, that you will have the kindness to relinquish all idea of so serving me.
Mr. Weevle and Mr. Guppy look at each other, the former as having relinquished the whole affair, the latter with a discomfited countenance as having entertained some lingering expectations yet.
With these concluding words, Mr. George gives a shake to each of the hands he holds, and relinquishing them, backs a pace or two in a broad-chested, upright attitude, as if he had made a final confession and were immediately going to be shot with all military honours.
I get," said Richard, relinquishing my hand gently and walking across the room, "so tired!"
But Mr. Bucket, who cannot make up his mind to relinquish his friendly hold, replies, "Wait half a minute, George.
There are no more uses of "relinquish" in the book.
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I’ve relinquished—or been relieved of—my seat at the Hall family table.
Gayle Forman -- Where She Went
I vowed that I would never relinquish my sense of self again, to anything or anyone.