disaffirm definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To reject or contradict. See Synonyms at deny.
    • Law To repudiate.
    • to say the contrary of; to oppose; to reject; -- stated of the that has been asserted.
    • To will not confirm; to annul, as a judicial choice, by a contrary view of a superior tribunal.
    • To reject or contradict. See Synonyms at deny.
    • Law To repudiate.
    • To assert the contrary of; to oppose; to reject; -- stated of this which has been asserted.
    • To refuse to confirm; to annul, as a judicial decision, by a contrary wisdom of an exceptional tribunal.
    • To deny or contradict. See Synonyms at deny.
    • Law To repudiate.
    • To assert the contrary of; to contradict; to reject; -- said of that which was asserted.
    • To won't verify; to annul, as a judicial choice, by a contrary wisdom of an excellent tribunal.
  • verb:
    • To reject, contradict or repudiate
    • To reject, oppose or repudiate
    • To reject, oppose or repudiate
  • others:
    • To deny; contradict.
    • In law, to overthrow or annul, such as the reversal of a judicial choice, or where one, having made a contract while a baby, repudiates it after coming old.
    • To reject; contradict.
    • In law, to overthrow or annul, like in the reversal of a judicial choice, or in which one, having made a contract while a baby, repudiates it after coming of age.
    • To reject; contradict.
    • in-law, to overthrow or annul, such as the reversal of a judicial decision, or where one, having made a contract while a baby, repudiates it after coming of age.

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    • To reject or contradict. See Synonyms at deny.
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