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Spell check of disclaim

Correct spelling: disclaim

Synonyms:
eliminate, jilt, cut, divorce, renounce, curtail, part with, gainsay, eradicate, deny, quit, drop, overturn, trash, disavow, accept, forsake, forgo, invert, disallow, undo, scrap, defect, revoke, vent, cease, excise, negative, relegate, discharge, leave, relinquish, counterbalance, negate, excrete, desert, forswear, release, deep-six, shear, veto, annul, neutralize, let go, cancel, spew, foreswear, disconfirm, exclude, snip, crop, refuse, secrete, destroy, dispute, shed, recall, disgorge, disprove, repudiate, exude, abnegate, junk, invalidate, blackball, chop, refute, capitulate, vacate, neglect, jettison, dissolve, discontinue, waive, surrender, shirk, eject, disaffirm, vomit, cull, disapprove, blacklist, rid, drain, counterwork, abjure, obliterate, contradict, resign, extinguish, retract, abandon, abolish, recant, give up, check, dispel, evacuate, oppugn, belch, bar, retire, abdicate, terminate, reject, lop, dispose, clip, emit, withdraw, exhaust, disacknowledge, discard, nullify, disown, reverse, seep, delete, efface, erupt, dismiss.

Antonyms:
accept, take, acknowledge, defend, submit, recognize, vindicate, authenticate, adopt, validate, proclaim, concede, corroborate, embrace, avow, retain, claim, hold, substantiate, grant, maintain, declare, affirm, assert, cherish, aver, espouse, admit, uphold, allow, profess, verify, announce, own, confirm, advocate, confess.

Examples of usage:

1) She passed her hands across her eyes angrily, and seemed to disclaim the wish, but directly after came the recollection of her state, and she uttered a weary cry of misery. - "One Maid's Mischief", George Manville Fenn.

2) I began to think you meant to disclaim all connection with your fallen chief. - "Lady-John-Russell", MacCarthy, Desmond.

3) The French Ambassador, who knew well what was in the Duke's mind, and who had no wish to disclaim responsibility, replied with spirit that he would rather advise the Queen of England to absent herself from fifty ceremonies than counsel her to take part in one which was of doubtful permission for a Catholic. - "Henrietta Maria", Henrietta Haynes.

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