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Pronunciation: [dɪsklˈe͡ɪmə] (IPA)

A disclaimer is a statement that disavows any legal or moral responsibility for something. Synonyms for this word include waiver, repudiation, negation, contradiction, denial, abjuration, renunciation, and retraction. A waiver is a voluntary relinquishment of a right or claim. A repudiation is a rejection of something that was previously accepted. Negation is the denial or contradiction of a statement or proposition. A contradiction is a statement that is opposite to another statement. A denial is a statement that something is untrue or does not exist. Abjuration is a formal renunciation or rejection of something. Renunciation is the act of giving something up. Finally, retraction is a public admission of a mistake or error in a previous statement.

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The antonyms for the word "disclaimer" are assertion, admission, confirmation, guarantee, and endorsement. While disclaimer is a statement denying responsibility, antonyms like assertion and confirmation indicate a positive declaration or affirmation of something. Admission conveys acceptance of responsibility while guarantee indicates assurance. Conversely, endorsement signifies approval or support. Antonyms for "disclaimer" are often used to strengthen a statement or claim, to assure readers or listeners of the veracity of what is being said. In contexts where clarity, credibility, and accountability are important, antonyms for "disclaimer" can be vital tools for effective communication.

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Usage examples for Disclaimer

If any disclaimer or limitation set forth in this agreement violates the law of the state applicable to this agreement, the agreement shall be interpreted to make the maximum disclaimer or limitation permitted by the applicable state law.
"In the Border Country"
W. S. (William Shillinglaw) Crockett
The girl made no disclaimer.
"The Greater Power"
Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton
She paid no heed to this disclaimer.
"Hetty Wesley"
Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch

Famous quotes with Disclaimer

  • Hoddan fumbled for her meaning. It wasn’t quite an apology for trying to get him killed. But at least it was a disclaimer of future intentions in that direction.
    Murray Leinster
  • There are other difficulties in the way of accepting imperialism as an explanation of Muslim hostility, even if we define imperialism narrowly and specifically, as the invasion and domination of Muslim countries by non-Muslims. If the hostility is directed against imperialism in that sense, why has it been so much stronger against Western Europe, which has relinquished all its Muslim possessions and dependencies, than against Russia, which still rules, with no light hand, over many millions of reluctant Muslim subjects and over ancient Muslim cities and countries? And why should it include the United States, which, apart from a brief interlude in the Muslim-minority area of the Philippines, has never ruled any Muslim population? The last surviving European empire with Muslim subjects, that of the Soviet Union, far from being the target of criticism and attack, has been almost exempt. Even the most recent repressions of Muslim revolts in the southern and central Asian republics of the USSR incurred no more than relatively mild words of expostulation, coupled with a disclaimer of any desire to interfere in what are quaintly called the "internal affairs" of the USSR and a request for the preservation of order and tranquillity on the frontier. One reason for this somewhat surprising restraint is to be found in the nature of events in Soviet Azerbaijan. Islam is obviously an important and potentially a growing element in the Azerbaijani sense of identity, but it is not at present a dominant element, and the Azerbaijani movement has more in common with the liberal patriotism of Europe than with Islamic fundamentalism. Such a movement would not arouse the sympathy of the rulers of the Islamic Republic. It might even alarm them, since a genuinely democratic national state run by the people of Soviet Azerbaijan would exercise a powerful attraction on their kinsmen immediately to the south, in Iranian Azerbaijan. Another reason for this relative lack of concern for the 50 million or more Muslims under Soviet rule may be a calculation of risk and advantage. The Soviet Union is near, along the northern frontiers of Turkey, Iran, and Afghanistan; America and even Western Europe are far away. More to the point, it has not hitherto been the practice of the Soviets to quell disturbances with water cannon and rubber bullets, with TV cameras in attendance, or to release arrested persons on bail and allow them access to domestic and foreign media. The Soviets do not interview their harshest critics on prime time, or tempt them with teaching, lecturing, and writing engagements. On the contrary, their ways of indicating displeasure with criticism can often be quite disagreeable.
    Bernard Lewis

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