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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISAVOW

He felt his condition, and his powerful genius did not disavow it.

Where we disavow being keeper to our brother we're his Cain.

Mary would not disavow her claim to Elizabeth's crown, nor would she directly assert it.

I feel shame—bitter, bitter shame, that I cannot disclaim him—disavow him!

The President was obliged to disavow the acts of his agents.

It was proved that he was in the pay of France and the Montenegrins were obliged to disavow him.

She considered it to be her duty formally and officially to disavow her senior.

When she arrived here the government was obliged to disavow the act.

You disavow it; that is enough for me, and I for ever dismiss the idea.

It was not love she tried to disavow, but hope, and even there she failed.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.