An act of retiring or giving up a position
Sally announced her resignation.
by Senpai_ October 25, 2017
A mysterious ailment that afflicts workers who have resigned but are working out their notice. It presents with minor symptoms and results in patchy attendance in the time leading up to their last day.
Where's Tom today?
Well, next Friday is his last day here, but he's been off all week so far with a bad case of resignitis.
by Viscomte June 30, 2017
accepting of something, grudgingly, that you know must come to be, however much you want to fight it...
person 1: you know that this might take longer than you want it to.
person 2: I know, i'm resigned.
by Almost Amazerful May 8, 2009
verb. To force or otherwise cause the resignation of someone or something. Resignation, meaning to leave a held position, usually of some power.
Pearl Jam's song "God's Dice" (Binaural, 2000): "Resignate my will." ... "Resignate my god."

(Lyrics by Eddie Vedder).
by C. A. Matthews January 21, 2007
To step down from a position. Can be confused with re-sign.
Spiro Agnew retired from his vice-presidential position because of all the jokes that the Cabinet made about his first name.
by Diggity Monkeez February 1, 2005
A word people too stupid to use the word 'resignation' use.
Person A: "Yesterday I handed in my resignment letter."
Person B: "You mean resignation letter?"
Person A: "Huh?"
by Sow'd August 6, 2009
<res -ih g -n aye tor> 1. Any person who like U.S. President George W. Bush, the RESIGNATOR, allows for the entire support apparatus to collapse beneath themselves, all the while facing forward, unblinking and determined never to admit even the slightest of mistakes. The confidence terminator, the general public dis-regarder, earning the name every day through a new resignation announcement from unlimited numbers of close advisers including but not limited to: the Brownies, the generals, the attorneys, the Colin Powell's, the Donald Rumsfeld's, the staffers, the appointees etc. 2. The man who allowed his own brain to resign from duty before the job was done (Karl Rove aka Bush's Brain), the giver upper, the man who won't change his mind about anything at all ever, but allows it to check out early while his body stays at work.
I watched as the resignator reloaded his pen and put it to yet another pink slip, he marked it with the infamous capital 'R' as his stamp, and placed it on the top of the tall pink paper stack, then paused to consider filling out his own...
by Sergio Momarsh August 14, 2007