And I thought the bailouts were a repudiation of everything that the Republican Party and conservatives stood for.
Like Powell, Rangel's repudiation by his congressional colleagues does not over-shadow the totality of his public service.
The whole thing can be read as a repudiation of the idea of national identity, rather than a sober exploration of it.
Boehner, in his victory speech, called the vote “a repudiation of Washington” and “a repudiation of big government.”
As we now know, this out-of-context snippet turns out to have been part of a speech that was in fact a repudiation of racial bias.
Third: The repudiation of the rebel debt and the assumption of the proper proportion of the national debts and obligations.
A great cry of repudiation and horror burst from the lips of Alvarado.
It is gratifying to learn that the United States are never going to 'consent' to the repudiation of the Monroe doctrine again.
And there is no repudiation like that of ——, and none like the pretended one of ——.
Hume and Holbach had much in common intellectually, although the latter was far more thoroughgoing in his repudiation of Theism.
1540s, "divorce" (of a woman by a man), from Latin repudiationem (nominative repudiatio) "a rejection, refusal," noun of action from past participle stem of repudiare (see repudiate). Meaning "action of disowning" is from 1840s.