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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

One that rejects as having no authority or binding force; One that casts off or disowns

Usage examples (14)
  • Russert was hailed as a repudiator of "gotcha" journalism, but with respect to the man's memory, I disagree.
  • If, on the other hand, the bondholder can legally demand only the kind of money he paid, he is a repudiator and an extortioner to demand money more valuable than he gave.
  • Standing up to the world's largest debt defaulter and repudiator would seem to be a minimal step that the SEC should take to protect the integrity of the markets it...
  • Now I am not trying to mislead you when I say that a party who proposes to pay that bond according to contract is not a repudiator, nor am I misleading when I say that a... for more
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