ˈablocate, v. Obs.—0
[f. L. ablocāt- ppl. stem of ablocāre to lease; f. ab away + locāre to place, set.]
‘To set, or let out to hire.’ Cockeram 1612; whence in Bailey 1721, Johnson 1755, etc.

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  • ablocate — To lease; to let for hire. abnegate. To give up; to surrender; to renounce …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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