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Synonyms for renege

break your word

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Synonyms for renege

to abandon a former position or commitment

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Synonyms for renege

the mistake of not following suit when able to do so

fail to fulfill a promise or obligation

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The party added that it is too early for Makinde to renege on his electoral promises and admonished him to focus on the art of governance and work towards fulfilling his electoral promises.
When in opposition, the Conservatives promised to reverse this injustice, and pay these pensions in full, only for them to renege on that when in power.
The Respondent's witnesses stated that the parties had agreed that the sum paid by the Claimant shall be forfeit should the Claimant renege or not follow through with the purchase.
The customers are allowed to decide whether to join or balk or renege, that is, leave after joining the queue without getting served.
My analysis implicitly assumes that, if Congress were to renege, it would have some retroactive effect.
A transfer scheme chosen ex ante is dynamically inconsistent, and the federal government faces an incentive ex post to renege on its announced transfer scheme.
"Even Minister Lavrov has said that if Iran were to renege on the inspections, or renege on the agreement we ve reached about shipping out the low enriched uranium...
The conclusions make interesting reading, particularly in the part where the Netherlands argues that a possible ruling by the ECJ against it would put it in an "impossible situation" because it would then be forced to negotiate a revised bilateral agreement with the US - in breach of the exclusive competence of the Community established in the 2002 rulings - or renege on the agreement and create a legal vacuum that would be damaging to air carriers.
After almost a century of asking employees for loyalty, hard work and dedication to a corporation in exchange for a guaranteed monthly check during retirement years, corporate America is in a bull-rush stampede to renege on its promise.
When a judge recently agreed to let United Airlines renege on its pension promises to its workers, a new and cloudy day had dawned.
David Coulthread, of the League Against Cruel Sports, said: "If Labour renege on this, people will never trust them again."
The second trend is the growing number of new hires who renege on their acceptances.
Since most of the characters are hustlers, their stories often involve johns who go psycho mid-sex, or who renege on an agreed-on payment.
Despite fears that certain countries might renege on their pledges or illicitly produce banned chemicals, the atmospheric concentrations reflect general compliance with the treaty.
Senator Richard Gordon on Monday urged the Social Security System (SSS) not to renege on its promise to grant the P1,000 monthly pension hike for its members starting this January.