Thesaurus / disavowal

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No, sir, the want of powers on the part of Mr. Erskine is not the true cause of the disavowal.

The news of Mr. Cannings disavowal reached America in July, and spread consternation and despair.

Vain the search for disavowal of or protest against the act.

The Boys of '61Charles Carleton Coffin.

Thus far I cannot learn that you have made any disavowal of these barbarities.

England demanded a disavowal of the treaty and the punishment of the pensionary.

And this disavowal we make as spontaneously and promptly as we can.

From the point of view of the Allies, the disavowal came too late.

The disavowal of the Hetærist enterprise by the Czar was fatal to its success.

They embolden to further abuse, and they weaken both the power and the effect of disavowal.

From the Easy Chair, series 3George William Curtis

Stainton's disavowal of this apparent praise of his career was earnest, but not convincing.

Running SandsReginald Wright Kauffman
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