Resigned

  • (adj): Showing utter resignation or hopelessness.
    Synonyms: abject, unhopeful
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on resigned:

List Of United States Senators Expelled Or Censured - Expulsion Proceedings Not Resulting in Expulsion
... necessary two-thirds vote in other cases the Senator in question resigned while proceedings were taking place, presumably because the Senator felt that the proceedings would ... Assisted Aaron Burr's western expedition resigned two weeks after expulsion failed 1856 Henry Mower Rice Democratic Minnesota Not expelled Charged with corruption 1862 Lazarus W ... Simmons Republican Rhode Island Resigned Charged with corruption 1873 James W ...
2009–10 I-League - Managerial Changes
... Date of appointment Position in table Mahindra United Derrick Pereira Resigned ... David Booth Pre season Mumbai FC David Booth Resigned ... Stewart Hall Contract Expired East Bengal Club Subhash Bhowmick Resigned ...
Judges Of The International Criminal Court - Former Judges
... ClarkMaureen Harding Clark Ireland 2006 ... Resigned to serve on the High Court of Ireland ... JordaClaude Jorda France 2007 ... Resigned "for reasons of permanent ill-health" ... Hudson-PhillipsKarl Hudson-Phillips Trinidad and Tobago 2007 ... Resigned "for personal reasons" ...
Dundalk (UK Parliament Constituency) - Members of Parliament
... Both members in the Irish Parliament had resigned 1801, February 28 Rt Hon ... Archdall Tory 1806, November 22 John Metge Tory Resigned (appointed Escheator of Munster) 1807, January 20 Josias Dupré Porcher Tory 1807, May Also returned by ...
Catherine Callbeck - Resigned
... Callbeck resigned in October 1996 after only three and a half years as PEI's premier ... The Liberal party lost the provincial election in November 1996 as well as the next two general elections, only returning to power in the 2007 election ...

More definitions of "resigned":

  • (adj): (followed by 'to') having come to accept.
    Example: "Resigned to his fate"

Famous quotes containing the word resigned:

    If the tax-gatherer, or any other public officer, asks me, as one has done, “But what shall I do?” my answer is, “If you really wish to do anything, resign your office.” When the subject has refused allegiance, and the officer has resigned his office, then the revolution is accomplished.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Three years ago, also, when the Sims tragedy was acted, I said to myself, There is such an officer, if not such a man, as the Governor of Massachusetts,—what has he been about the last fortnight? Has he had as much as he could do to keep on the fence during this moral earthquake?... He could at least have resigned himself into fame.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    We are all of us resigned to death: it’s life we aren’t resigned to.
    Graham Greene (1904–1991)