Examples of renege in a Sentence
They had promised to pay her tuition but later reneged.
my so-called best friend promised to help me move, only to renege come Saturday morning
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When the government reneged, the fund pulled the plug and the country defaulted.
Mayor-elect Dean Trantalis said a simple vote to renege on the city’s promise to help pay for the rail system might not be the best way forward.
After that, a senior White House official said the North had reneged on its promises ahead of the summit.
Apply reneged on that promise, and that gave me my opportunity to recruit him into one of my most famous failures.
Meanwhile, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif warned that pulling out would undermine America's upcoming nuclear talks with North Korea by proving the U.S. reneges on its promises.
He is being sued for more than $1.4 million for not paying his rent and reneging on an agreement to not open a competing Miami restaurant, public records show.
Through its lawsuit, Zeus seeks compensatory damages of more than $441,000 for Springs reneging on purchase orders and a declaration that the battery is a safe product and didn't cause the incidents leading to the recall.
Less than three months after voters passed a $3.5 billion BART bond for capital projects, transit officials presented budget forecasts in which the district reneges on its part of the deal.
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Definition of renege for English Language Learners
: to refuse to do something that you promised or agreed to do
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