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What is the opposite of pledge?

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Noun
Opposite of a solemn promise or undertaking
Noun
Opposite of a solemn promise regarding one's future action or behavior
“You said we would be together for life, but your betrayal is tearing us apart!”
Noun
Opposite of a formal or explicit statement, announcement or admission
Noun
Opposite of a binding agreement under international law concluded by subjects of international law
Noun
Opposite of a person that is held as a security for the fulfillment of the conditions of a treaty or stipulations of any kind
Noun
Opposite of a promise or guarantee that something will be done or be the case
Noun
Opposite of an act of betting a sum of money, or the sum of money used to bet
Noun
Opposite of a firm decision to do or not to do something
“Father's debts have put them in a bad position, and his unwillingness to change his lifestyle will continue to hurt them.”
Noun
Opposite of a sum payable as a first installment or pledge on a purchase or contract
“The seller or the auctioneer could file a lawsuit seeking specific performance or other remedies, but usually, the forfeiture of the deposit is all that happens.”
Noun
Opposite of an agreement, usually formal, between two or more parties
“The former city trader will join the job queue following a disagreement with the club's owner over transfer policy.”
Noun
Opposite of a legal document authorizing actions or conduct related to the administration of justice
Noun
Opposite of a person who has been initiated into an organization or activity
“He demonstrated his class as a veteran of an elite unit of the Defense Forces.”
Noun
Opposite of a promise or agreement to do something, especially in the future
“His parents were a little bit concerned about his indifference towards getting fit.”
Noun
Opposite of a responsibility or duty assigned to someone
“They've dropped the cowardice charges, but he's going to be charged with dereliction of duty.”
Verb
(break) Opposite of to promise or make a guarantee to do something
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(break) Opposite of to promise or make a guarantee to do something
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(deny) Opposite of to promise or make a guarantee to do something
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Opposite of to contribute something, typically money towards a cause
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Opposite of to pledge or enter into a contract to do something
“There may be consequences if you break your contract with the company.”
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Opposite of to provide, or transfer possession of, something to someone
“The snobbish community would selfishly withhold their time and money, ignoring the family in their time of need.”
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Opposite of to give as security on a loan
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Opposite of to enter into a formal and legally binding agreement
“The company would terminate its agreement with the vendor due to poor customer service.”
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Opposite of to bet money or something else in a gamble
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Opposite of to risk a sum of money or valued item on a given outcome or event
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Opposite of to make a guarantee on a condition
“The life insurer was forced last week to renege on its pledge.”
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Opposite of to endow with a quality, ability, or asset
“Claims that the woman invoked a loa to curse him with insanity are invalidated by a complete lack of proof that he ever became insane.”
Verb
Opposite of to establish or stipulate as a previous condition
“Is the contract rigid enough to prevent any deviations from our agreement?”
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