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The answer RESIGN has 210 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of resign in various dictionaries:
verb - leave (a job, post, or position) voluntarily
verb - give up or retire from a position
verb - part with a possession or right
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Give up an office|
|Call it quits forever|
|Quit, as a job|
|Step down, in a way|
|Quit a job formally|
|One way to avoid being fired|
|Accept the inevitable|
|Concede, as in chess|
|Possible Jeopardy Clues|
|To formally quit or give up one's job or office|
|With a hyphen added, this 6-letter word meaning "to quit" can mean "to join again", as in pro sports|
|Resign might refer to|
|A resignation is the formal act of giving up or quitting one's office or position. A resignation can occur when a person holding a position gained by election or appointment steps down, but leaving a position upon the expiration of a term is not considered resignation. When an employee chooses to leave a position, it is considered a resignation, as opposed to involuntary termination. Whether an employee resigned or was terminated is sometimes a topic of dispute, because in many situations, a terminated employee is eligible for severance pay and/or unemployment benefits, whereas one who voluntarily resigns may not be eligible. Abdication is the equivalent of resignation of a reigning monarch or pope, or other holder of a non-political, hereditary or similar position.* A resignation is a personal decision to exit a position, though outside pressure exists in many cases. For example, Richard Nixon resigned from the office of President of the United States in August 1974 following the|