Synonyms for disclaimer

Grammar : Noun
Spell : dis-kley-mer
Phonetic Transcription : dɪsˈkleɪ mər

Définition of disclaimer

Origin :
  • "denial of a claim," mid-15c., from Anglo-French disclaimer "disavowal, denial;" see disclaim. Infinitive used as a noun in Old French. Cf. waiver, etc.
  • noun repudiation
Example sentences :
  • Nevertheless, she restrained herself from making any disclaimer.
  • Extract from : « A Spirit in Prison » by Robert Hichens
  • To back his disclaimer, Scott offered to review himself in the Quarterly, which he did.
  • Extract from : « Sir Walter Scott » by George Saintsbury
  • He was painfully affected by this disclaimer of a charge which he had not made.
  • Extract from : « Victory » by Joseph Conrad
  • "Well, I am glad to know it," he said, in reply to Ralston's disclaimer.
  • Extract from : « Shoulder-Straps » by Henry Morford
  • But the disclaimer was altogether too feeble to deceive her.
  • Extract from : « Young Mr. Barter's Repentance » by David Christie Murray
  • "No, not fatal," Carmena broke in on Lennon's disclaimer of serious injury.
  • Extract from : « Bloom of Cactus » by Robert Ames Bennet
  • But at least it was a disclaimer of future intentions in that direction.
  • Extract from : « The Pirates of Ersatz » by Murray Leinster
  • Being unversed in diplomatic evasions, she accepted his words as a disclaimer.
  • Extract from : « The Arbiter » by Lady F. E. E. Bell
  • I am well aware that for some critics this disclaimer will be insufficient.
  • Extract from : « St. Winifred's » by Frederic W. Farrar
  • You think I wish to get a disclaimer that will clear the way for me.
  • Extract from : « The Faith Doctor » by Edward Eggleston

Antonyms for disclaimer

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