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
His philosophy appears in many ways to be a repudiation of the populist rhetoric that helped Trump win the White House.
Some historians argue that the U.S.’s repudiation doomed the League.
The remarks were a clear repudiation of Trump’s troubled few days with European leaders, even as Merkel held back from mentioning the U.S. president by name.
More than a year later, this return visit was a repudiation of everyone who mocked him—and a sign that Trump always remembers those, like Falwell, who are loyal.
Corbyn’s popularity within his party is in large part the result of his repudiation of Tony Blair.
This is the best way to understand the Resistance: as a repudiation not just of Trump, but of the Democratic Party.
The repudiation of Le Pen by French voters will soothe Europe’s anxious political establishment.
A victory, analysts said, would represent a repudiation of a continent-wide backlash against Muslim immigration and European unity.
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Additional Notes on repudiation
A party aggrieved by a repudiation may consider a repudiated contract to have been breached and bring an action for relief.
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