Examples of disclaim in a Sentence
the prisoner disclaimed any part in the prank
her spokesperson flatly disclaimed the marriage rumor circulating in the press
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There's a reason that the Parkland kids are politely yet firmly disclaiming the column this morning: For them, this is not a productive fight.
As such, Silver decides that Lundin has disclaimed a demand for a jury trial on all but the issue of punitive damages.
That’s why Republicans from Representative Trey Gowdy (R., S.C.) to Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R., Wis.) have disclaimed any such connection, and have stood up for the continuation of the probe without interference.
Trying to disclaim authority to regulate while simultaneously preempting seems somewhat paradoxical.
Every senior Democrat is disclaiming knowledge of the dossier deal, leaving Perkins Coie holding the bag.
The prosecutors, in their memo on Wednesday, noted that Mr. Weiner was not blaming the victim or disclaiming responsibility for his crime.
And here's the kicker: Drivers disclaim any right to receive amounts over and above the Fare produced by the Fare Calculation.
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wash one's hands of;
DISCLAIM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of disclaim for English Language Learners
: to say that you do not have (something, such as knowledge, responsibility, etc.)
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