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repudiate

  

      vb   tr  
1    to reject the authority or validity of; refuse to accept or ratify  
Congress repudiated the treaty that the President had negotiated     
2    to refuse to acknowledge or pay (a debt)  
3    to cast off or disown (a son, lover, etc.)  
     (C16: from Latin repudiare to put away, from repudium a separation, divorce, from re- + pudere to be ashamed)  
  repudiable      adj  
  repudiation      n  
  repudiative      adj  
  repudiator      n  
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repudiate

  
  
abandon, abjure, cast off, cut off, deny, desert, disavow, discard, disclaim, disown, forsake, reject, renounce, rescind, retract, reverse, revoke, turn one's back on, wash one's hands of  
  
Antonyms     
   accept, acknowledge, admit, assert, avow, defend, own, proclaim, ratify  

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