disclamation definition

  • noun:
    • The work or an instance of disavowing; renunciation.
    • the work of disclaiming or something disclaimed
    • a renunciation
    • A disavowing or disowning.
    • The work of disclaiming; a disavowing; especially, in Scots law, the act of a vassal disavowing or disclaiming an individual as his superior, perhaps the person so disclaimed become superior or perhaps not.
    • The act or an instance of disavowing; renunciation.
    • the work of disclaiming or something like that disclaimed
    • a renunciation
    • A disavowing or disowning.
    • The work of disclaiming; a disavowing; specifically, in Scots legislation, the work of a vassal disavowing or disclaiming one as their superior, perhaps the individual therefore disclaimed be the superior or perhaps not.
    • The work or an example of disavowing; renunciation.
    • the act of disclaiming or something like that disclaimed
    • a renunciation
    • A disavowing or disowning.
    • The work of disclaiming; a disavowing; especially, in Scots legislation, the work of a vassal disavowing or disclaiming people as his exceptional, perhaps the individual so disclaimed become superior or perhaps not.

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