Examples of resignation in a Sentence
The chairman accepted their resignations.
The manager received resignations from three members of the staff.
We accepted the news with resignation.
Recent Examples of resignation from the Web
Papa John’ Schnatter’s use of a racial slur continues in the wake of his resignation.
On Thursday, Papa John’s stock soared more than 12% in the wake of the resignation.
Within 12-15 days of the resignation, the remaining council members must select an interim council member to represent district 5.
According to Newsweek, ethics watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington put out a one-word statement in reaction to the news of Pruitt's resignation.
As the time of his resignation, the port had added about 1,500 jobs.
McCaskill's campaign did not comment on the political ramifications of Kennedy's resignation.
Shulman said the terms of the resignation were negotiated between the board and Collins.
Until even the great LeBron wore a look of utter resignation.
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RESIGNATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of resignation for English Language Learners
: an act of giving up a job or position in a formal or official way
: a letter which states that a person has given up a job or position
: the feeling that something unpleasant is going to happen and cannot be changed
RESIGNATION Defined for Kids
Definition of resignation for Students
- I've handed in my resignation.
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