Repudiate verb ( repudiates, repudiating, repudiated ) .
To reject the truth or validity of something; to deny. .
To refuse to have anything to do with; to disown. . …
To refuse to pay or honor. (v.) - to reject the validity of; to disown or disavow (MORE)
One example is: "He repudiated my idea to delete the scene." Another example is: "New discoveries often cause scientists to repudiate earlier beliefs." Repudiate is… a verb that means to refuse to support; to reject. :D â¥ (MORE)
Repudiation is an act, intention, or threat of disowning or rejection of an agreement already accepted or agreed to. Repudiation amounts to a breach of contract where the refu…sal to perform is clear or patent, and where it goes to the heart of the contract. Refer to link below.. (MORE)
The word repudiation has several meanings. It can refer to the disowning of an item or a refusal to recognize or pay something. For example, the disowning of a child or of a d…ept would be considered Repudiation. (MORE)