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What is another word for repudiating?

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Present participle for to refuse to have anything to do with (anymore)
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“The modernist belief that modern art should repudiate the past has been jettisoned.”
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Present participle for to deny or refute the truth or validity of
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“Carteret's wife Olivia, for her part, is determined to repudiate the legal and moral claims of her half-sister on their father's estate.”
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Present participle for to officially cancel (a decree, decision, or promise)
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“It must, therefore, be clearly understood that the announcement does not in any sense either abrogate or repudiate our agreement.”
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Present participle for to refuse to fulfill an agreement or obligation
“The person who tries to challenge the laws and repudiate his duties is in fact punished by being cut off from the group.”
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Present participle for to renege on something that has been said or agreed on
“What makes it even harder to believe is that King Ladislas was advised to repudiate his oath by Cardinal Cesarini.”
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Present participle for to disown or divorce (one's wife), typically in a religious sense
“Only the husband may repudiate his spouse, although the wife may provoke him to make that decision.”
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Present participle for to disregard and treat as unworthy of serious consideration
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Present participle for to break one's word or promise
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Present participle for to dismiss idly with contempt or derision
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Present participle for to exclude a person from a group or society
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Present participle for to disagree with or dispute
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Present participle for to hate, detest, or revile
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Present participle for to abandon one's country or cause, typically in favor of an opposing one
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Present participle for to resist authority, control, or convention
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Present participle for to disapprove or take exception to something said or done
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Present participle for to feel or express contempt or disdain for
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Present participle for to belittle or express disapproval of
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Present participle for to fail to fulfill an obligation or payment
Noun
A refusal to acknowledge or admit (something)
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Adjective
Showing contempt or lack of respect
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