What is the opposite of endorse?

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Opposite of to publicly support
“Do you oppose fascism while keeping fascists within your circle of friends?”
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Opposite of to publicly approve of
“The FDA will then evaluate the recommendation and either approve or disapprove the product for marketing.”
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Opposite of to commercially promote or recommend
“After my horrendous experience, I discommend this service and would advise others to look for alternatives in vehicle repairs.”
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Opposite of to countersign a check
“It was the bank's prerogative to assume the risk and face the consequences of the credit union's decision to reject the check because it was missing an endorsement.”
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Opposite of to make or declare legally valid
“Having your will reviewed by a good attorney will guard you against loopholes in the document that could invalidate the will in your state.”
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Opposite of to promote the use, sale, or acceptance of
“The supermarket has decided to pull some of its products from the shelves.”
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Opposite of to champion or foster a cause
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“We must oppose any trade rules based on even the most minimalist form of reciprocity in market access.”
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Opposite of to give evidence or testimony to the truth or factuality of
“The reactions of gamers largely contradict the rave reviews afforded to the new console.”
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Opposite of to offer a recommendation
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Opposite of uphold, affirm, or confirm the justice or validity of
“There is suspicion that some political leaders may manipulate and corrupt the law to serve their personal ends.”
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Opposite of to express a favorable opinion of something
“He was an insecure man who would often insult others to mask his own deficiencies.”
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Opposite of to express approval or admiration of
“Rose was disappointed in her daughter's exam results and would criticize her at length about it.”
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Opposite of to express gratitude for or appreciation of
“Some parents tend to put exceedingly high expectations on their children, and this can often cause them to overlook all the hard work and progress that they have made.”
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Opposite of to promise or make certain
“I cannot believe that you would break your promise to spend the rest of your life with me.”
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