Directly to word page Vague search(google)
Home > Repudiate in a sentence

Repudiate in a sentence

  up(3)  down(0)
Sentence count:32+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-12-21Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: renounceSimilar words: repudiatedrepudiationmediateimmediaterepatriaterepublicRepublicanrepugnanceMeaning: [rɪ'pjuːdɪeɪt]  v. 1. cast off or disown 2. refuse to acknowledge, ratify, or recognize as valid 3. refuse to recognize or pay 4. reject as untrue, unfounded, or unjust. 
Random good picture Not show
1 The West has chosen to repudiate all responsibility for these refugees.
2 He would repudiate all debts incurred by his son.
3 He used his position to repudiate the charge.
4 I utterly repudiate those remarks.
5 Government officials were urged to repudiate the treaty.
6 The buyer did not repudiate the contract but pressed for early delivery.
7 The most cynical of men could not repudiate what had physically happened in front of thousands.
8 He fails to persuade Hindus to repudiate the divisive and unjust social caste system.
9 Strong social pressures often support or repudiate their use, and sometimes the pressures lead to control or prohibition by governments.
10 For we repudiate war and violence.
11 He will indignantly repudiate the suggestion.
12 MacDiarmid wanted to repudiate his lyrical quality.
13 He declined to repudiate violence.
14 He repudiate all debts incurred by his son.
15 We categorically repudiate the absurd view that a Pacific conference would not be an Eastern Munich.
16 I won't repudiate my debts ,[] why are you forcing me to pay so strongly?
17 WORD OF THE DAY - repudiate : to reject ; to deny. The gangsters repudiated all accusations of unlawful activity.
18 However, the Citizens opinion does not necessarily repudiate that proposition.
19 Leaders urged people to turn out in large numbers to repudiate the violence.
20 No answer was offered by Freud about why men and women seem to repudiate the feminine.
21 It was submitted that the intention of the defender to repudiate the contract must be proved.
22 The distinction is important because breach of a condition gives the other party the right to repudiate the contract and claim damages.
23 He did not ask for independence and never attempted to repudiate the suzerainty of the sultan.
24 Starbuck and Ahab almost communicate with each other as the first mate pleads with Ahab to repudiate this vengeful mission.
25 As a practising novelist, my instinctive reaction is to repudiate the deconstructionist position.
26 I was glad to hear the hon. Member for Hammersmith in effect repudiate his disgraceful slurs against my hon. Friend.
27 The products are said to prevent cancer, but studies carried out by the Us National Cancer Institute repudiate these claims.
28 Once he understood that compromise was necessary he had repudiate the left, not apologise to it.
29 I contend that my approach produces better results than either EMH or AMH, and I expressly repudiate any attempt to reconcile my conclusions with either of those hypotheses.
30 Of cause storms do cause problems, but one should not repudiate them.
More similar words: repudiatedrepudiationmediateimmediaterepatriaterepublicRepublicanrepugnanceradiationrepublicanismdeviatesatiatealleviatenegotiateinitiateemaciatedabbreviateenunciateassociatehumiliateinfuriatereprobateinebriatedconciliateassociateddepreciateappreciaterepeatedlyappropriatedifferentiate
Total 32, 30 Per page  1/2  «first  next  last»  goto
Leave a comment
Welcome to leave a comment about this page!
Your name:
Latest commentsInto the comment page>>
More words