Synonym: abandon, deny, discard, disclaim, give up, reject, release, relinquish, scorn, spurn, surrender, waive, yield. Similar words: denounce, announce, announced, pronounce, pronounced, mispronounce, announcement, ounce. Meaning: [rɪ'naʊns] v. 1. give up, such as power, as of monarchs and emperors, or duties and obligations 2. leave (a job, post, or position) voluntarily 3. turn away from; give up 4. cast off or disown.
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1, Will Charles renounce the throne in favour of his son?
2, Many were executed for refusing to renounce their religion.
3, You will have to renounce citizenship of this country if you apply for citizenship of another.
4, She decided to renounce the world and enter a convent.
5, These groups must renounce violence if there is to be progress towards peace.
6, The treaties renounce the use of force and pledge the two countries to co-operation.
7, Ceolwulf may genuinely have wished to renounce the world.
8, Eliot was unable to renounce the world he knew.
9, We absolutely renounce all forms of terrorism.
10, The developing countries were urged to renounce such military links and embrace a policy of neutralism or non-alignment.
11, In the end the woman chooses to renounce both men and sets out on her own path.
12, Why would anyone renounce their entire career just to boost their ego?
13, Renounce greediness ,(http://sentencedict.com/renounce.html) and practice generosity instead.
14, It was painful for him to renounce his son.
15, 'Are they both yours to renounce?
16, From this moment I renounce your friendship.
17, It must renounce its claim to special rights.
18, I beg him on my knees to renounce his claim to his mother's fortune.
19, She decided to renounce the world and entered a convent.
20, The barrister entirely renounce his right to object to a juror.
21, Immediately after his election Kucan announced that he would renounce his party membership for the duration of his four-year term.
22, It demands insight into the necessity of growing old, and the courage to renounce what is no longer compatible with it.
23, She steadfastly affirmed her faith and chose to die rather than renounce it.
24, The most radical and definitive solution would be for all Third World debtor countries to collectively renounce their debts.
25, In the summer he crushed Geoffrey's rebellion and compelled him to renounce his claim.
26, And I was free, I was Peter three times to renounce - determined to survive, whatever the cost.
27, A key element of our political strategy will be supporting Afghan-led efforts to reintegrate Taliban who renounce al-Qa'ida, lay down their arms, and engage in the political process.
28, The world is glue, pitch, paste—always too pliant; a dough that softly kneads the kneader, and whispers to the hand the material absurdity that it should loosen its grip, renounce its labor.
29, However, Shou-risk status of the first major shareholder Wong Kwong Yu does not undertake to renounce the right to public subscription.
30, Soviet leadership has repeatedly made explicit that they shall not renounce their Marxist-Leninist goals.
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