arrogation definition

  • noun:
    • The unjust assumption of liberties or privilege.
    • The work of arrogating, or making inflated claims; the act of taking multiple is justly eligible for.
    • Adoption of people of full age.
    • The work of arrogating, or making unjust or unwarrantable statements or needs; the act of using multiple is justly eligible for.
    • In Roman legislation, just like adrogation.
    • seizure by the federal government
    • The unjust assumption of legal rights or privilege.
    • The act of arrogating, or making exorbitant statements; the work of using one or more is justly eligible to.
    • Adoption of people of complete age.
    • The act of arrogating, or making unjust or unwarrantable claims or demands; the work of using more than one is justly entitled to.
    • In Roman law, just like adrogation.
    • seizure because of the government

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