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repudiate
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  • he had repudiated the demon as he walked to the house, and his heart had been full of joy.
  • "Oh, but I’m sorry you repudiate the confession, Hippolyte—it is sincere; and, do you know, even the absurd parts of it—and these are many" (here Hippolyte frowned savagely) "are, as it were, redeemed by suffering—for it must have cost you something to admit what you there say—great torture, perhaps, for all I know.

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  • The parents repudiated their son.
  • It is a stunning repudiation of previous policy.

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