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renounced

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They renounced violence, recognized the state of Israel, and embraced a demilitarized Palestinian state.

In 1985, then South African president P.W. Botha offered to let Mandela out of prison if he renounced violence.

Mother Antonia Brenner, a twice-divorced socialite, renounced Hollywood glitz to live as a nun in a Mexican prison.

But he has never renounced the attack and has openly stated his disapproval of democracy.

However, he has never renounced the attack and has openly stated that he believes democracy is contrary to Islamic law.

The Infanta Margaret had indeed, at the time of her marriage, renounced her rights to the kingdom of her forefathers.

"He must at least have renounced his idea of vengeance," decided David, after studying the youth's face attentively.

Massachusetts had not yet renounced her designs upon the territories of the heretical Colony.

Connecticut had not renounced her designs against Rhode Island territory, nor was she slow in declaring her intentions.

It was but a short time since Schwarzenberg's proud master had renounced his proudest style, that of Roman emperor.

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On this page you'll find 75 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to renounced, such as: deserted, desolate, destitute, empty, homeless, and isolated.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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