disagreed (part of speech: verb)
annulled (part of speech: verb)
dismissed, invalidated, destroyed, undone, disavowed, eliminated, annulled, neutralized, denied, withdrew, abnegated, effaced, canceled, deleted, vetoed, rejected, dissolved, withdrawn, extinguished, obliterated, divorced, refuted, eradicated, abolished, disclaimed, disaffirmed, retracted, revoked, nullified, negated, undid
refused (part of speech: verb)
excluded (part of speech: verb)
evicted, banned, barred, amputated, blackballed, exiled, disbarred, prohibited, disallowed, ejected, ostracized, excluded, extradited, expatriated, proscribed, blacklisted, ignored, forbidden, forbade, relegated, excommunicated, disqualified, expelled, boycotted, deported, renounced, excised, banished, ousted, removed
negated (part of speech: verb)
rejected (part of speech: adjective)
confuted (part of speech: verb)
denied (part of speech: verb)
- The document, with all proceedings under it, or relating thereto, has long since been abolished and repudiated by unanimous consent; and we now feel ourselves to be much wiser and better than when we commenced. - "History of American Socialisms", John Humphrey Noyes.
- Change, for the sake of change, agitation for vanity, for applause or mischief, he has contemptuously repudiated. - "George Brown", John Lewis.
- The check, if repudiated by the bank, becomes a note, which A must pay. - "The Value of Money", Benjamin M. Anderson, Jr..