View definitions for repudiation
We learn that even through our collective repudiation, we can reconcile.
Some of the strongest repudiations of the Republican lawmakers came from AT&T, Comcast, Honeywell, PricewaterhouseCoopers, General Electric, KPMG and Verizon.
For the men involved, the bet’s outcome would be a personal validation—or repudiation—of their lifelong quests.
The fact that so many people report satisfaction with working remotely, even when isolated alone, or with no escape from family and roommates, is a striking repudiation of leaders’ visions of workplaces as communities.
It was he who previously held a repudiation rally in front of my classmates’ parents, parents who I knew for my entire life and they did not believe what he said.
Earlier this year, al Qaeda split with ISIS definitively in a public repudiation of the group.
In a telling repudiation of its corporate priorities, serious music fans increasingly want to own vinyl from 50 years ago.
This is not just a bold move, but a repudiation of the whole history of the entertainment industry.
And I thought the bailouts were a repudiation of everything that the Republican Party and conservatives stood for.
Clear and public repudiation of irresponsible statements from the U.S. would help alleviate this chronic problem.
His father had died upon the field; and repudiation of the duellist's code involved censure of him.
Hume and Holbach had much in common intellectually, although the latter was far more thoroughgoing in his repudiation of Theism.
At one bound Cossington's papers passed from apologetics varied by repudiation to triumphant praise.
And there is no repudiation like that of ——, and none like the pretended one of ——.
Now in the case of your repudiation I understand all about it.
On this page you'll find 63 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to repudiation, such as: abrogation, cancellation, disapproval, disavowal, and refusal.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.