renege

[ ri-nig, -neg, -neeg ]SEE DEFINITION OF renege

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RENEGE

I treated them two or three times and never once did they renege.

It occurred to him that he could agree now to join forces with Charles, then go back to Gobignon and renege on his promise.

"You've never seen the day when you wanted to renege, Upton, and you know it," he hit back.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR RENEGE

rescinded

verbdeclare null and void
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