Disavowed [verb]

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Then she won, and Republicans tried to put a good face on it — even falsely claiming she had disavowed QAnon and suggesting the country should move on.

We call on leaders from across the political spectrum, including the President of the United States, to disavow false and dangerous narratives, and encourage their supporters to do so as well.

Hailed on its launch in 2012 — not long after the Penguin algorithm update — as the search engine’s “best spam reporting tool yet”, disavow links allowed webmasters to instruct Google to ignore all links from certain domains.

He disavowed the hateful messages attributed to him and said he plans to consult with attorneys about his firing and the social media account.

By a healthy margin, they approved a measure eliminating the 30-foot coastal height limit in the Midway district – a specific change Faulconer himself disavowed in a 2013 interview with Voice of San Diego.

The once-promising relationship between House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin flamed out publicly Thursday just days before the election, as the two disavowed economic relief talks -- and each other.

On Wednesday morning, the president took to social media to publicly disavow the deal.

So I can’t — and I’m sorry to not be able to embrace or disavow Justice Scalia’s position but I really can’t do that on any point of law.

When asked at the hearing last week whether he regretted making those comments, Gibbs said, “I regret that it’s unfortunately become an issue,” and he did not disavow them.

During his 2016 campaign, he said he didn’t know former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke until he was browbeaten into disavowing Duke’s endorsement.