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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Omer further demanded the various ethnicities in East Darfur to repudiate tribalism and racism and accept the other, saying the meeting has furnished him with clear vision on how to manage the state affairs.
We urge GOP leaders in California and nationwide to repudiate this candidate's hate speech and to encourage greater respect for diversity within party ranks."
Osburn to disaffirm and repudiate the servicing arrangement on loans owned by Ensign.
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."
Either way, it was extraordinary of him to repudiate it publicly after shadow ministers and MPs had been defending it for several days.
Barack Obama's economic adviser, who suggested to Canadian officials that a President Obama probably wouldn't be foolish enough to repudiate the North American Free Trade Agreement.
McCain said: "We've had a dignified campaign, and I repudiate any comments that are made, including Pastor Hagee's, if they are anti-Catholic or offensive to Catholics" (Catholic News Agency, 8 March 2008).
Measuring conservatism along three axes: (1) politics--gay conservatives repudiate the gay movement's affiliation with the left; (2) gender--gay conservatives seek to rescue gays from their association with "gender deviance" namely, from effeminate men and mannish women (although lesbians are hardly mentioned at all in any of their work) and finally, (3) sexual license--urging gay men in their writing to restrain their erotic behavior.
Davis is not willing to repudiate any biblical text as a potential source of edification for the church (pace Elisabeth Schussler Fiorenza).
But I'm also a believer in the maxim Robert Kennedy often quoted: "If I am not for myself, who will be?" If the Democrats repudiate their principles in 2008, I'm open to a sane third-party candidate--or even a progressive Republican, if such creatures aren't extinct by then.
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." But what does the Pop, graphic idiom of the "Gesti tipici" really have to do with all this?
"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."
Since Velazquez's account often strains credibility, Young's insistence that it is "stagnant" to worry about empirical truth, and productive to "embrace rather than repudiate the label of fiction for this text" is odd.
The third myth Church and Outram repudiate is the assumption that the representative strike in the mining industry was national or regional.
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.