disown

[ dis-ohn ]SEE DEFINITION OF disown

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISOWN

Do you mean, I said, that you disown the love of the person whom he says that you love?

"Of you," said I, blushing, and trying to disown the personality.

She longed, with a face glowing with indignation, to disown him—in word and deed.

I'll bet my pile she'd disown you, if she knew you turned your back on a woman.

She does not disown you in your sorrow no, not even in your guilt.

It was; he chose to disown her; to meet her without even a hand held out!

From that time he thought fit to disown your humble servant.

The present duty was to disown and withstand his son in law.

Some one informed his father, who threatened to disown him if he married her.

It did not occur to this young lady to try to disown the substitute.

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