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- v. To refuse to acknowledge or recognize something; to disavow or deny.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To refuse to acknowledge; to deny; to disown.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To refuse to acknowledge; disown.
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Ultimately, to disacknowledge the use of wonder as a representation of what one sees as wonderful about the world is, I think, a disregard of its primary purpose, as basic a folly as if one considered all expressions of empathy a mask for cruelty.
We keep ourselves within our Line; a just dependence upon, and subjection to, your Majesty, according to our Charter, it is far from our Hearts to disacknowledge.
"It is not, I presume, probable," said he, "that you will accept from the hands of the bishop a piece of preferment with a fixed predetermination to disacknowledge the duties attached to it."
Charter, it is far from our hearts to disacknowledge.
As for the manner of our denying the deity of Christ here prohibited, I conceive, it was by words and oral expressions verbally to deny and disacknowledge it.
I discard you for ever -- I disinherit -- I disacknowledge you.
We all must not astray for this year to focus how to disacknowledge by international and not participated by NLD and all groups from internal on coming 2010 election.
“that you will accept from the hands of the bishop a piece of preferment with a fixed predetermination to disacknowledge the duties attached to it”
Circumstances have made them dependent on you, and you certainly are not the man to disacknowledge the burden. "