Repudiable



verb (used with object), repudiated, repudiating.
1.
to reject as having no authority or binding force:
to repudiate a claim.
2.
to cast off or disown:
to repudiate a son.
3.
to reject with disapproval or condemnation:
to repudiate a new doctrine.
4.
to reject with denial:
to repudiate a charge as untrue.
5.
to refuse to acknowledge and pay (a debt), as a state, municipality, etc.
verb (transitive)
1.
to reject the authority or validity of; refuse to accept or ratify: Congress repudiated the treaty that the President had negotiated
2.
to refuse to acknowledge or pay (a debt)
3.
to cast off or disown (a son, lover, etc)

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