Examples of repudiation in a Sentence
voters seemed satisfied by the candidate's public repudiation of the beliefs of an organization to which he had briefly belonged as a youth
New Year's resolutions typically include the repudiation of chocolate and other indulgences and the promise to resume working out at the gym.
Recent Examples of repudiation from the Web
In fact, the election was a repudiation of the main parties, both of which are tainted by corruption.
But one of its major problems is the perception that dissatisfaction and repudiation of the regime is already a generalized phenomenon.
But what are the carrots being offered for repudiation of the North’s nuclear program?
Is modern Christian conservatism the product of Graham’s politicking or a repudiation of his values?
If James decamps for another team, it would be regarded as another repudiation of his home.
This led into Lananna's election, a clear repudiation of the way the board had been doing business.
Flynn similarly walked back his repudiation last week to the Post.
His repudiation of the Trans-Pacific Partnership removed a challenge to China’s regional economic hegemony, a key objective of its grey-zone strategy.
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