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  2. Dereliction Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

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    dereliction noun der· e· lic· tion ˌder-ə-ˈlik-shən ˌde-rə- Synonyms of dereliction 1 a : an intentional abandonment b : the state of being abandoned 2 : a recession of water leaving permanently dry land 3 a : intentional or conscious neglect : delinquency dereliction of duty b : fault, shortcoming Synonyms abandonment desertion forsaking

  3. Dereliction Definition & Meaning | Dictionary.com

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    noun deliberate or conscious neglect; negligence; delinquency: dereliction of duty. the act of abandoning something. the state of being abandoned. Law. a leaving dry of land by recession of the water line. OTHER WORDS FOR dereliction 2 desertion. See synonyms for dereliction on Thesaurus.com

  4. DERELICTION | English meaning - Cambridge Dictionary

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    dereliction noun (FAILURE) [ C or U ] (a) failure to do what you should do: What you did was a grave dereliction of duty. Thesaurus: synonyms, antonyms, and examples the fact of not doing something you should failure Failure to follow the employee guidelines can lead to your immediate termination.

  5. DERELICTION | definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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    dereliction noun (FAILURE) [ C or U ] (a) failure to do what you should do: What you did was a grave dereliction of duty. Thesaurus: synonyms, antonyms, and examples the fact of not doing something you should failure Failure to follow the employee guidelines can lead to your immediate termination.

  6. dereliction ( ˌdɛrɪˈlɪkʃən) n 1. deliberate, conscious, or wilful neglect (esp in the phrase dereliction of duty) 2. the act of abandoning or deserting or the state of being abandoned or deserted 3. (Physical Geography) law a. accretion of dry land gained by the gradual receding of the sea or by a river changing its course b. the land thus left

  7. Dereliction - Definition, Meaning & Synonyms | Vocabulary.com

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    Dereliction is a word for neglecting responsibilities. Failing to care for your family or do your job are examples of dereliction. If you are letting things go, you are engaged in dereliction. Not mowing your lawn is an example of dereliction; so is not feeding your children. Someone can be fired for dereliction of duty, meaning they have failed to do their job.

  8. Dereliction Definition & Meaning | Britannica Dictionary

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    Britannica Dictionary definition of DERELICTION formal 1 [noncount] a : the act of no longer caring for, using, or doing something : the act of abandoning something the dereliction of a cause by its leaders b : the condition of being no longer cared for The building is in a state of dereliction. [=is in poor condition from being abandoned] 2

  9. 108 Synonyms & Antonyms of DERELICTION - Merriam-Webster

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    dereliction noun 1 as in abandonment the act of abandoning the dereliction by the owners of a once flourishing orchard Synonyms & Similar Words Relevance abandonment desertion forsaking dumping defection tergiversation discard jettisoning Antonyms & Near Antonyms reclamation retention retrieval repossession recoupment 2 as in negligence

  10. Dereliction | Monster Hunter Rise Wiki

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    Dereliction is a new skill debuting in the Sunbreak Expansion . Dereliction will drain the user's health but bolster their attacks. This skill has 3 Levels. Skills are granted to Hunters by their equipped Weapons, Armor, Talismans and Decorations and play an integral role in a Hunter's progression.

  11. Dereliction of duty - Wikipedia

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    Dereliction of duty is a specific offense under United States Code Title 10, Section 892, Article 92 and applies to all branches of the US military. A service member who is derelict has willfully refused to perform his duties or has incapacitated himself in such a way that he cannot perform his duties. Such incapacitation includes the person falling asleep while on duty requiring wakefulness, his getting drunk or otherwise intoxicated and consequently being unable to perform his duties, shooting