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Arrogate meaning

arrogate - 1 dictionary results

  1. 1. To claim; to claim unjustly; to assume.

arrogate - examples of usage

  1. The Marshal acting no doubt, in conformity with the instructions of Clarke, then Minister of War and Governor of Berlin, wished to arrogate the right of deciding on the captures made by our cruisers. - "Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte, v10", Louis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourrienne.
  2. The temptation to interfere in government was great, the temptation to arrogate to themselves priestly powers is far, far greater. - "The Soul of a People", H. Fielding.
  3. What right have philosophers or theologians to arrogate to themselves the sole right of speculation in these matters? - "The Silent Isle", Arthur Christopher Benson.
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