repudiate


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to refuse to recognize or acknowledge

Synonyms for repudiate

refuse to acknowledge, ratify, or recognize as valid

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refuse to recognize or pay

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reject as untrue, unfounded, or unjust

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The ADC also wrote a letter to Emanuel asking him to repudiate his father= =92s comments, saying it "views this characterization of an Arab as an unacceptable smear.
Obama did not entirely repudiate this truism; but Ms.
Lombardo's beginnings would seem to remain outside this rigorous program, yet he doesn't repudiate that work; on the contrary, he has presented it together with the recent "maps.
It is wrong for a public authority to compel its citizens by force or fear or any other means to profess or repudiate any religion.
Juxtaposing d'Aubigne's concept of the Protestant body as a matrix for representing martyrdom and Ronsard's image of the battered body of France symbolizing the Catholic state, Sorsby shows the antithetical textual attempts to authenticate or to repudiate those bodies.
The RTC had attempted to use its powers granted by Congress to repudiate leases and to evict non-purchasing tenants who had rent stabilized and rent controlled leases in the non-eviction plan condominium.
Initially, this combative, take-no-prisoners style enlivens his commentary, but even those who agree that it is the scholar's sworn duty to repudiate Farrakhan for "the bigotry that he evinces and the manifest injury to racial comity that he causes" will question the need to use modifiers such as "demagogic," "reactionary," and "pernicious" so frequently.
However, the FDIC's power to disaffirm, avoid or repudiate contracts is not unlimited.
If so, let us pray that all Canadian clergy repudiate the Winnipeg Statement so that no more end up in hell.
While the board may have the right to choose its own chief executive, that right does not include the ability to repudiate a legally binding contract entered into in good faith,'' he read from a prepared statement.
Poletown was the first major case allowing condemnations of areas in the name of jobs and taxes," explains Institute for Justice attorney Dana Berliner, who co-authored a brief urging the Michigan Supreme Court to repudiate the ruling.
But the Bush administration has no constitutional warrant to enforce UN dicta against American citizens--or individuals who repudiate U.
When he complained that even in its present form it "will fuel the hatred, bigotry, and antiSemitism that many responsible churches have worked hard to repudiate," William Donohue, president of the Catholic League, slammed what he called Foxman's "politicized attack" on the film.
And the story will have a very unhappy ending unless the American people wake up and repudiate the Religious Right's extreme agenda.