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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of disclaim.

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Examples

  • When, instead, we insisted on interfering, we made ourselves responsible for improving the situation; and, no matter what Congress "disclaimed," or what intention it

    Problems of Expansion As Considered In Papers and Addresses

  • "disclaimed" all connection, it was true that he had intended to draw a fictitious character, a being whom he may have feared he might one day become, but whom he did not recognize as himself.

    The Works of Lord Byron. Vol. 2

  • Turner herself, for no man, fore or aft, claimed ownership, while every man disclaimed having brought him on board.

    CHAPTER XI

  • Although he was acclaimed by a few, he was disclaimed by the many.

    Anthony Strano: Reflections in Athens

  • Hooniah disclaimed for the thousandth time to her Thlinget sisters.

    THE MASTER OF MYSTERY

  • "But she has never made me cry," Ah Kim disclaimed hastily.

    THE TEARS OF AH KIM

  • Accordingly, continues Deloitte, "no representation or warranty, express or implied, is given and no responsibility or liability is or will be accepted by or on behalf of Deloitte or by any of its partners, employees or agents or any other person as to the accuracy, completeness or correctness of the information contained in this document or any oral information made available and any such liability is expressly disclaimed".

    John Naughton: With friends like Facebook, who needs sociopaths?

  • Koons claimed to be critiquing the genre and explicitly disclaimed interest in the particular image.

    If a book meets a book coming through the rye

  • Proudly she disclaimed any need for money, and not until her visitor departed did she read Billy's note:

    CHAPTER XIV

  • Koons claimed to be critiquing the genre and explicitly disclaimed interest in the particular image.

    Archive 2009-07-01

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