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used in Great Expectations

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strong rejection — especially when the idea or thing being rejected was once embraced
  • ...and should in my heart of hearts have repudiated the idea.
    Chapter 19 (60% in)
repudiated = strongly rejected
  • This left me no course but to regret that I had been "betrayed into a warmth which," and on the whole to repudiate, as untenable, the idea that I was to be found anywhere.
    Chapter 38 (76% in)

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