disavowal disavowal


  • (n) denial of any connection with or knowledge of


  1. previous disavowal by of birther beliefs is belied by overheard restatement by of those very beliefs.
  2. It was unwelcome news, allayed only by the near certainty that, in fact, Laird's disavowal was more tactical than factual.
  3. American Jewish publications, reflecting Israeli opinion, were unimpressed by Carter's disavowal.


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    on August 19, 2013     Source: Search Engine Land


  1. "Sometimes we have a feeling that there are some attempts to put the whole burden of development on the oil-producing countries and in this logic we see some prejudice and disavowal," HH the Emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani said,...
    on Nov 29, 2008 By: Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani Source: Gulf Times

  2. "We announce our disavowal from anyone who carries weapons and targets government institutions, charities and political party offices," Sadr said in the statement.
    on Mar 30, 2008 By: Muqtada al-Sadr Source: United Press International

  3. "I have been a critic of the Patriot Act. I have been a critic of the Military Commissions Act and the stripping away of habeas corpus. I've been a critic of the administration's alleged use of torture and disavowal of the Geneva Conventions,"...
    on May 8, 2007 By: Tammy Baldwin Source: The Capital Times

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