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1. repudiate

verb. ['riːˈpjuːdiːˌeɪt'] cast off.

Synonyms

  • take back
  • recant
  • swallow
  • disown
  • apostatize
  • forswear
  • abjure
  • apostatise
  • deny
  • rebut
  • unsay
  • tergiversate
  • reject
  • retract
  • refute
  • renounce
  • withdraw

Antonyms

  • abstain
  • disbelieve
  • bequeath
  • claim

Etymology

  • repudio (Latin)

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Rhymes with Repudiate

  • abbreviate
  • affiliate
  • alleviate
  • appreciate
  • appropriate
  • asphyxiate
  • associate
  • associate
  • delineate
  • depreciate
  • deviate
  • differentiate
  • differentiate
  • emaciate
  • enunciate
  • enunciate
  • excoriate
  • expatriate
  • expiate
  • expropriate

How do you pronounce repudiate?

Pronounce repudiate as riˈpjudiˌeɪt.

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2. repudiate

verb. ['riːˈpjuːdiːˌeɪt'] refuse to acknowledge, ratify, or recognize as valid.

Antonyms

  • give

Etymology

  • repudio (Latin)

3. repudiate

verb. ['riːˈpjuːdiːˌeɪt'] refuse to recognize or pay.

Synonyms

  • refuse

Antonyms

  • lose
  • allow

Etymology

  • repudio (Latin)

4. repudiate

verb. ['riːˈpjuːdiːˌeɪt'] reject as untrue, unfounded, or unjust.

Antonyms

  • avow

Etymology

  • repudio (Latin)

Sentences with repudiate


1. Verb, base form
However, the FDA has no system in place for testing a product’s antibacterial effectiveness, so there is no way to validate or repudiate the manufacturers’ claims.

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