Dictionary Meaning and Definition on 'Arrogating'
- Arrogate \Ar"ro*gate\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Arrogated; p. pr. &
vb. n. Arrogating.] [L. arrogatus, p. p. of adrogare,
arrogare, to ask, appropriate to one's self; ad + rogare to
ask. See Rogation.]
To assume, or claim as one's own, unduly, proudly, or
presumptuously; to make undue claims to, from vanity or
baseless pretensions to right or merit; as, the pope
arrogated dominion over kings.
He arrogated to himself the right of deciding
dogmatically what was orthodox doctrine. --Macaulay.
Wikipedia Meaning and Definition on 'Arrogating'
This is a list of English words which are commonly misused. It is meant to include only words whose misuse is deprecated by most usage writers, editors, and other professional linguists of Standard English. It is possible that some of the meanings marked non-standard may pass into Standard English in the future, but at this time all of the following Non-standard phrases are likely to be marked as incorrect by English teachers or changed by editors if used in a work submitted for publication. Some of the examples are homonyms or pairs of similarly spelled words which are often confused.
The words listed below are consistently used in ways that major English dictionaries do not condone in any definition. See list of English words with disputed usage for words that are used in ways that are deprecated by some usage writers but are condoned by some dictionaries. There may be regional variations in grammar, spelling, and word-use, especially between different English-speaking countries. Such differences are not seen as incorrect once they have gained widespread acceptance in a particular country.[See more about Arrogating at Dictionary 3.0 Encyclopedia]
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Arrogating Sample Sentences in News
- Apologising on Behalf of Kwabena Agyepong
While waiting for Mr Kwabena Agyepong, the General Secretary of the NPP, to render his unreserved apology for needlessly arrogating to himself powers of which he has no right to, and in the process abusing his office, I shall go before him to render an apology on his behalf. Read more on this news related to 'Arrogating'