disclaim disclaim  /dɪs ˈkleɪm/


  1. (v) renounce a legal claim or title to
  2. (v) make a disclaimer about



  1. The chaser's enemy is the claim agent who tries to get the injured person to disclaim damages, or take at most a small money settlement.
  2. I cannot disclaim my age, to which reference is made.
  3. Chat-room hosts such as Paltalk disclaim responsibility for what users write, and say they can't police all the content on their sites.


  1. "If this doesn't happen, then we disclaim responsibility for our retaliatory steps, because it is not we who are the initiators of the new arms race, which is undoubtedly brewing in Europe," Putin said.
    on Jun 3, 2007 By: Vladimir Putin Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. "These could be seen as big favors that substantially benefited Martinez's son," Roxas added. "Commissioner Martinez cannot disclaim responsibility because the Legacy scam happened under his watch. Preneed is one of the areas Martinez was...
    on Mar 9, 2009 By: Mar Roxas Source: Business Mirror

  3. Sometimes the Chinese "will brag about their exploits, and other times they'll disclaim them entirely, blaming unknown rogue individuals," says Bill Woodcock, research director at Packet Clearing House, a nonprofit research institute that...
    on Sep 16, 2007 By: Bill Woodcock Source: Seattle Times

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