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Definition of "disowned" [disowned]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of disown. (verb)

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Use "disowned" in a sentence
  • "The person and cause of the Pretender were become contemptible; his title disowned throughout Europe; his party disbanded in England."
  • "The person and cause of the Pretender were become contemptible; his title disowned throughout Europe, his party disbanded in England."
  • "Sirius is a daredevil, attention seeking and deeply loyal man, who, to quote Rowling "never bothered having a girlfriend" and was disowned from the Anicient and Most Noble House of Black for disgracing the family name ..."