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synonyms for disclaim

  • disavow
  • disown
  • abandon
  • abjure
  • abnegate
  • belittle
  • contradict
  • contravene
  • criticize
  • decline
  • deprecate
  • disallow
  • discard
  • disparage
  • forswear
  • gainsay
  • minimize
  • negate
  • recant
  • refuse
  • reject
  • renounce
  • repudiate
  • retract
  • revoke
  • spurn
  • traverse
  • disacknowledge
  • disaffirm
  • divorce oneself from
  • turn back on
  • wash hands of
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antonyms for disclaim

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  • OK
  • accept
  • agree
  • allow
  • approve
  • build up
  • commend
  • compliment
  • concur
  • confirm
  • consent
  • corroborate
  • embrace
  • emphasize
  • endorse
  • keep
  • laud
  • permit
  • praise
  • retain
  • sanction
  • uphold
  • acknowledge
  • admit
  • claim
  • own
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How to use disclaim in a sentence

In “The Conspiracy Against Men,” another essay named after something it disclaims, the dubious notion is the imperative to “believe women.”
CONTEMPLATING SEX AND OTHER CONSEQUENCES OF MODERN FEMINISMMEGAN MARZOCTOBER 29, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Shotspotter even disclaims responsibility for the collection of human voices in its service contract with the city of San Diego.
WE’RE WATCHING HOW THE COUNCIL WEIGHS THE DEVICES WATCHING USKHALID ALEXANDER AND LILLY IRANIJULY 26, 2021VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
You disclaim the intention of going forth and entering the great battle of the intellects—having, as you say, no talents.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
The millions in the world who conscientiously disclaim the supremacy of the Pope, at least openly avow it.
THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDSJOHN FOREMAN
We both disclaim alike every attempt to explain any thing into Scripture, and every attempt to explain any thing out of Scripture.
AIDS TO REFLECTIONSAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE
Mr. Blatherwick coloured to the roots of his hair at the mere suggestion, and hastened to disclaim it.
MYSTERIOUS MR. SABINE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
You say, between you and myself, there never has been a personal difference, "and you disclaim all personal enmity towards me."
CORRESPONDENCE, BETWEEN THE LATE COMMODORE STEPHEN DECATUR AND COMMODORE JAMES BARRONSTEPHEN DECATUR
The present writer will disclaim no such legacy, but hereby undertakes to accept it, however dusty.
OBITER DICTAAUGUSTINE BIRRELL
Dr. DuBois would be the first to disclaim the name of poet but everything outside of his statistical work convicts him.
THE NEGRO PROBLEMBOOKER T. WASHINGTON, ET AL.
Every speaker who exercised any influence on the meeting, took occasion emphatically to disclaim it.
THE FELON'S TRACKMICHAEL DOHENY
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO DISCLAIM

  • boycott
  • cold-shoulder
  • contradict
  • cut
  • deny
  • disclaim
  • dismiss
  • disown
  • disregard
  • get rid of
  • have no time for
  • ostracize
  • override
  • rebuff
  • reject
  • repudiate
  • scorn
  • send away
  • slight
  • snub
  • spurn
  • sweep aside
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