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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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On 18th June 2014, the International Arbitral Tribunal constituted to adjudicate the said dispute, with its seat at Singapore, had issued its First Part Final Award holding that the Concession Agreement was valid and binding, Government of Maldives and Maldives Airports Company Limited had unlawfully repudiated the same and that they are jointly & severally liable in damages to GMIAL for loss caused by such wrongful repudiation.
2 : to refuse to believe or approve of <She repudiated the rumors.
3), and youth who repudiated born-again Christianity at Wave 2 had elevated odds of doing so (2.
But he urged members of his diocese to remember that, "No priest or lay person has been asked to act against their conscience in matters of faith, that all attempts at reconciliation by the diocese have been repudiated, and that the clergy and laity involved have voluntarily withdrawn themselves from the Anglican Church of Canada,"
This doctrine, which was not repudiated until 1978, sprung from the all-too-familiar fallacy that African Americans are cursed children of Canaan and thus unworthy of respect and honor.
In other words, he utterly repudiated the arguments he made 40 years ago.
That night, having effected a cure, the alluring Eva is discovered in delecto flagrante with the young prodigal and promptly repudiated by the elders.
The following week a less complimentary piece in the New York Times Magazine reported that Gibson belonged to a traditionalist Catholic church that rejected Vatican II, the council that repudiated the long-standing libel that Jews are "Christ-killers" and guilty of deicide.
I had already written about the history of homosexuality in America, and I knew the intensity of persecution directed not only at Communists and fellow travelers during the McCarthy era [as a young man, Rustin had joined, then repudiated, the Communist Party] but at sexual nonconformists as well.
The July 28, 1956 Agreement setting through international railway tariffs for the carriage of coal and steel in transit through Switzerland has been repudiated by the European Commission.
As long as the document is not repudiated, the document is the presumed author's writing.
Critics at the time of its publication berated the language of the poem for being obscure and convoluted, considered its "plot" pointless, repudiated the generic conflation of epic and pastoral conventions and the flouting of traditional decorum.
But Godard repudiated many of these earlier achievements, adding rigorous Marxist politics to his pathbreaking aesthetic of simultaneity, verbal complexity, and discontinuous narrative.
What must be repudiated is science as cosmology--the all-encompassing philosophy of scientific analysis and deconstruction that does not countenance the existence of the unexplainable.