• (British) IPA: /dɪsəˈvaʊd/

disavowed (not comparable)

  1. Strongly disowned or denied.
    • 1809 — James Madison, First State of the Union address
      The recall of the disavowed minister having been followed by the appointment of a successor, hopes were indulged that the new mission would contribute to alleviate the disappointment which had been produced, and to remove the causes which had so long embarrassed the good understanding of the two nations.
Synonyms Verb
  1. Simple past tense and past participle of disavow
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