- the act of resigning.
- a formal statement, document, etc., stating that one gives up an office, position, etc.
- an accepting, unresisting attitude, state, etc.; submission; acquiescence: to meet one's fate with resignation.
relinquishment of responsibility
resignation 的近义词 21 个
resignation 的反义词 12 个
- Richardson said she stayed late at work at the Atwood Building and drafted a resignation letter for Mallott, unsure if he wanted to use it.
- Here is what happened according to Potts, as well as interviews with her daughter and father, Walker, chiefs of staff for both Walker and Mallott, Mallott’s son Anthony and others who watched the resignation unfold.
- Since Rapoport’s resignation, which many of Bon Appétit’s most prominent staff endorsed, the food publication has faced a near-constant stream of resignations and call-outs from current staff.
- I had gotten a resignation letter and I knew I was going to pull it out one day.
- Cybele Thompson, who has served as the city’s real estate chief since 2014, submitted a brief resignation letter to Chief Operating Officer Kris Michell on Monday.
- In response, Greenberg offered the Times his resignation, which was refused.
- Residents of Rome even called for his resignation for defying city ordinances.
- They seized key government buildings and forced the resignation of then Prime Minister Mohammed Basindwa.
- Just days before his resignation, Driscoll had been confronted with the results of the investigation by church elders.
- Because when it comes to domestic violence, that kind of resignation can be lethal.
- His attitude was one of hopeless resignation as he looked toward a distant bird winging its flight away from him.
- If he fall, God has his wise purpose in the judgement, and I shall find resignation.
- With resignation he made the necessary preparations for the trip, and taking Orlean with him, went to the small town.
- Tom took his passage home; he also told Sir William that his resignation, whether the Board accepted it or not, was final.
- The resignation of Sunderland had put many honest gentlemen in good humour.