The act or an instance of disavowing; renunciation.(noun)
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Use "disclamation" in a sentence
"It is time for peace for compromise for mutual disclamation."
"Indeed, I reserve the rest of the piece until I can obtain admission to the Bannatine Club, 13 when I propose to throw off an edition, limited according to the rules of that erudite Society, with a facsimile of the manuscript, emblazonry of the family arms surrounded by their quartering, and a handsome disclamation of family pride, with HAEC NOS NOVIMUS ESSE"
"It may be guessed by some that I had a certain parish in my eye, and this makes it proper I should add a word of disclamation."