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disclaim
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The Aeneid
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  • The nuptials he disclaims I urge no more: Let him pursue the promis’d Latian shore.
  • But, when he found that Juno’s pow’r prevail’d, And all the methods of cool counsel fail’d, He calls the gods to witness their offense, Disclaims the war, asserts his innocence.
  • "His fear at length dismiss’d, he said: ’Whate’er My fate ordains, my words shall be sincere: I neither can nor dare my birth disclaim; Greece is my country, Sinon is my name.
  • The thing call’d life, with ease I can disclaim, And think it over-sold to purchase fame."

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  • we disclaim any responsibility for the accident
  • She disclaims any knowledge of such abuses.

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