disavowal[ dis-uh-vou-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF disavowal
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISAVOWAL
England demanded a disavowal of the treaty and the punishment of the pensionary.
He, however, afterward retracted this disavowal, and owned Demaratus as his son.
Pyotr Petrovitch had the good sense to accept the disavowal.
This led to his disavowal and resignation on his return to Paris.
And this disavowal we make as spontaneously and promptly as we can.
Their duet of disavowal of any such knowledge was keyed high.
There is nothing so conformable to reason as the disavowal of reason.
This disavowal was signed by Lady Byron herself, and was witnessed by Mr. Wilmot.
The disavowal of the Hetærist enterprise by the Czar was fatal to its success.
From the point of view of the Allies, the disavowal came too late.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DISAVOWAL
- giving up
- cold shoulder
- thumbs down