- v. present participle of refudiate.
“So the GOP thinks they really have a winner in denouncing and "refudiating" American Muslims with their goals of occupying buildings.”
“Sarah Palin has not only revealed herself to be linguistically challenged in "refudiating" the proposed "mosque" near Ground Zero, but also emotionally overwrought.”
“Sarah Palin has enough trouble "refudiating" the English language.”
“Poor Princess Sarah, when she was caught "refudiating," had been fed a fact that she was totally unequipped to argue: that writers frequently make up words, not least Shakespeare.”
“We must note, however, that the groups behind the project in question - a proposed 13-story building a few blocks from Ground Zero that will house a mosque, gym, community center for a number of groups, among other things - are not going to be "refudiating" their plans.”
“Planet Grenada: "refudiating" islamophobia: park 51/cordoba house/the (not-really-at) - ground zero mosque”
“Sarah Palin's "death panel" comment was self-refudiating, but it galvanized a fruitful discussion about rationing Medicare spending and end-of-life choices.”
“Renewal requires creating, cooperating and community not regressing, reloading, or "refudiating.”
“Senate seat by a write-in, thereby refudiating Palin.”
“To use the parlance of 2010, are many GOP leaders refudiating Sarah Palin because they fear that she'd be shellacked as merely America's Tweetheart in a presidential general election?”
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