renouncing (part of speech: verb)
refusing (part of speech: verb)
resigning (part of speech: verb)
ridding (part of speech: verb)
negating (part of speech: verb)
relinquishing (part of speech: verb)
disowning, quitting, abdicating, shedding, surrendering, releasing, disclaiming, giving up, waiving, capitulating, forgoing, relinquishing, vacating, deserting, resigning, withdrawing, defecting, abandoning, forsaking
excluding (part of speech: verb)
disqualifying, banning, barring, amputating, blackballing, evicting, disallowing, expelling, deporting, disbarring, expatriating, eliminating, excommunicating, excising, extraditing, blacklisting, removing, exiling, proscribing, forbidding, eradicating, prohibiting, excluding, ousting, boycotting, ostracizing, ejecting, banishing, repudiating, ignoring
disapproving (part of speech: verb)
condemning, admonishing, defaming, discrediting, disapproving, deriding, censuring, deprecating, disparaging, castigating, blaming, criticizing, scorning, chiding, upbraiding, denigrating, reproaching, vilifying, chastening, chastising, defiling, denouncing
- The truth is that he suffered cruelly after renouncing his studies and seeing himself condemned to a life of manual labor. - "The Waif of the "Cynthia"", André Laurie and Jules Verne.
- Renouncing an extensive legal practice which had been yielding him an annual income of more than $ 20, 000, the Mahatma dispersed all his wealth to the poor. - "Autobiography of a YOGI", Paramhansa Yogananda.
- They had not understood then, but now they knew it was her way of renouncing the happy school days which she must give up because of her father's illness; and they were ashamed of their indifference. - "Tabitha's Vacation", Ruth Alberta Brown.