I, who repudiated all duty, trampled honor underfoot, and laughed at justice!
I warn you that if you attempt to repudiate your responsibility, I shall suspect you of finding the play too decorous for your taste.
[repudiating this humiliating misconception] Oh no, no, no: nothing of the kind, I assure you.
Richard III, too, is delightful as the whimsical comedian who stops a funeral to make love to the corpse’s widow; but when, in the next act, he is replaced by a stage villain who smothers babies and offs with people’s heads, we are revolted at the imposture and repudiate the changeling.
There are no more uses of "repudiate" in the book.