disclaim

Part of speech: verb

To disavow; disown; reject; deny.

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Usage examples "disclaim":

  1. This, my lord, I did From personal respect for the lords' names, Not their usurped charge, which I disclaim. - "Mary Stuart A Tragedy", Frederich Schiller.
  2. But, I 'm ashamed to own, he didn't disclaim the credit of the invention. - "The Cardinal's Snuff-Box", Henry Harland.
  3. Instant, you sailors to this task attend; Swift to the palace, all ye peers ascend; Let none to strangers honours due disclaim: Be there Demodocus the bard of fame, Taught by the gods to please, when high he sings The vocal lay, responsive to the strings. - "The Odyssey of Homer", Homer, translated by Alexander Pope.