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Definition of "disavowing" [disavowing]

  • Present participle of disavow. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "disavowing" in a sentence
  • "I sure don't have any interest in "disavowing" it."
  • "There are some cases where I wish they had been more explicit in disavowing their view that certain arguments were correct, and to make it clear that they were talking not about their own views of these issues, but rather what was appropriate in a constitutional case with a rational basis standard – which is the one that now prevails in the federal courts, although I think it should be upgraded."
  • "And while he continues to persevere in disavowing his marriage with Miss Evelyn, she shall never, at the expense of her mother's honour, receive a part of her right as the donation of his bounty."