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abdicate to formally relinquish a position of power, a claim, or a right. [1/3 definitions]
adjudge to declare or determine formally or judicially. [1/3 definitions]
amend to formally change by rephrasing, or to add to or subtract from (a legislative bill, a contract, a treaty, or the like). [1/3 definitions]
back to formally give support to. [1/15 definitions]
cast to give formally (one's vote or ballot). [1/18 definitions]
cede to give up or surrender, esp. formally.
ceremonious given to formality or ceremony; formally polite. [1/2 definitions]
certify to formally endorse or guarantee. [1/5 definitions]
cession the act of formally giving up or signing over, as a territory; ceding. [1/2 definitions]
christen to give a name to or dedicate formally. [1/3 definitions]
cobelligerent a nation not formally allied but cooperating with one or more nations waging war.
confirm to certify formally; validate. [1/4 definitions]
debutante a girl being formally presented to society.
declare to proclaim or formally announce (the fact of something happening or existing). [2/7 definitions]
declare war on to formally state an intention to wage war against. [1/2 definitions]
dedicate to formally declare open or to be ready for public viewing. [1/5 definitions]
de facto actual, esp. as opposed to what is believed to be the case or what is formally acknowledged. [1/3 definitions]
deliberative organized or convened to debate issues formally for the purpose of determining policy. [1/2 definitions]
deliverance a thought, opinion, or pronouncement expressed formally or in public. [1/3 definitions]
discourse to discuss a subject formally and at some length in speech or writing. [1/4 definitions]
emit to issue formally or officially, as a decree or currency. [1/3 definitions]