Examples of disclaimer in a Sentence
The documentary opens with a disclaimer that many of its scenes are “fictional re-creations” of real events.
one brother filed a disclaimer, allowing all of the estate to go to his poorer siblings
Recent Examples of disclaimer from the Web
In a court filing, Cooper countered that the company did provide patent and marketing services to customers, and its website carried disclaimers warning that 99 percent of inventions fail to become commercially successful.
An out-of-court settlement required the owners to put disclaimers on signs and stationery — and now on the company's website — saying the agency isn't affiliated with Donald Trump, the New York Daily News reported.
Web brokers must also publish a disclaimer that says the website information about all the available marketplace plans might not be complete and provide a link to healthcare.gov.
Although tickets to major league games include a disclaimer absolving teams from liability for injuries incurred by thrown or batted balls, Zlotnick eventually sued the Yankees.
A disclaimer at the end of the closing credits makes clear that Cooder did not participate in the film.
Disclaimer: Do not read this description while eating.
The company, according to its disclaimer, says that JewWatch.com has the right to a top ranking.
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First Known Use of disclaimer
DISCLAIMER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of disclaimer for English Language Learners
: a statement that is meant to prevent an incorrect understanding of something (such as a book, a movie, or an advertisement)
Legal Definition of disclaimer
1 : a refusal or disavowal of something that one has a right to claim; specifically : a relinquishment or formal refusal to accept an interest or estate — see also qualified disclaimer
2 : a denial of responsibility for a thing or act: as a : a negation or limitation of the rights under a warranty given by a seller to a buyer b : a denial of coverage by an insurance company
3 : a writing that embodies a disclaimer
Origin and Etymology of disclaimer
Anglo-French desclamer, from desclamer to disavow, deny, from Old French des-, prefix marking reversal + clamer to claim — see claim
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