negated (part of speech: verb)
refused (part of speech: verb)
excluded (part of speech: verb)
barred, ejected, disbarred, expatriated, blackballed, banished, excised, ousted, expelled, excommunicated, forbidden, forbade, disallowed, excluded, blacklisted, eliminated, removed, exiled, relegated, deported, prohibited, amputated, extradited, proscribed, boycotted, ignored, disqualified, banned, ostracized, repudiated, eradicated, evicted
disapproved (part of speech: verb)
condemned, admonished, defamed, discredited, disapproved, derided, censured, deprecated, disparaged, castigated, blamed, criticized, scorned, chided, upbraided, denigrated, reproached, vilified, chastened, chastised, defiled, denounced
relinquished (part of speech: verb)
forsaken, forwent, capitulated, resigned, relinquished, forgone, foregone, deserted, defected, abandoned, waived, shed, vacated, abdicated, withdrew, gave given quit, withdrawn, shedded, surrendered, disowned, disclaimed, forsook, released
resigned (part of speech: verb)
renounced (part of speech: verb)
- Did you think they were to be renounced in all cases? - "A Red Wallflower", Susan Warner.
- A city thus occupied was at the mercy of a foreign soldiery, which had renounced all authority but that of self- imposed laws. - "The Rise of the Dutch Republic, Volume II.(of III) 1566-74", John Lothrop Motley Last Updated: January 25, 2009.
- In the summer of 1830, my attention was called to the subject, by some friends, whom I visited, and by the advice and example of a friend, who had renounced the practice with the most decided advantage. - "An Essay on the Influence of Tobacco upon Life and Health", R. D. Mussey.