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Renegading

ˈrɛnɪɡeɪd

Meanings of Renegading:

verb

Become a renegade.

Usage examples:

Johnson had renegaded from the confederacy
noun

A person who deserts and betrays an organization, country, or set of principles.

Usage examples:

An agent who later turns out to be a renegade
adjective

Having treacherously changed allegiance.

Usage examples:

A renegade bodyguard

Meanings of Renegadism:

noun

The behaviour and practices of a renegade.

Meanings of Renegado:

noun

Archaic term for renegade.

Renegadoes

ˌrɛnɪˈɡeɪdəʊ

Meanings of Renegadoes:

noun

Archaic term for renegade.

Meanings of Renegate:

noun

A person who renounces his or her faith; an apostate.

adjective

That defies, resists, or refuses to recognize lawful or established authority; rebellious; (in later use) specifically designating a north american indian refusing to abide by treaties signed with white settlers.

Meanings of Renegation:

noun

A desertion, betrayal, or abandonment of a set of principles, one's faith, etc.

Renege

rɪˈneɪɡ

Meanings of Renege:

verb

Go back on a promise, undertaking, or contract.

Usage examples:

They have reneged on their promises to us

Reneged

rɪˈneɪɡ

Meanings of Reneged:

verb

Go back on a promise, undertaking, or contract.

Usage examples:

They have reneged on their promises to us

Reneges

rɪˈneɪɡ

Meanings of Reneges:

verb

Go back on a promise, undertaking, or contract.

Usage examples:

They have reneged on their promises to us

Reneging

rɪˈneɪɡ

Meanings of Reneging:

verb

Go back on a promise, undertaking, or contract.

Usage examples:

They have reneged on their promises to us

Renegotiate

ˌriːnəˈɡəʊʃieɪt

Meanings of Renegotiate:

verb

Negotiate (something) again in order to change the original agreed terms.

Usage examples:

The parties will renegotiate the price

Meanings of Renegotiated:

verb

Negotiate (something) again in order to change the original agreed terms.

Usage examples:

The parties will renegotiate the price

Renegotiates

ˌriːnəˈɡəʊʃieɪt

Meanings of Renegotiates:

verb

Negotiate (something) again in order to change the original agreed terms.

Usage examples:

The parties will renegotiate the price

Meanings of Renegotiating:

verb

Negotiate (something) again in order to change the original agreed terms.

Usage examples:

The parties will renegotiate the price

Meanings of Renegotiations:

noun

Negotiation of something again in order to change the original agreed terms.

Usage examples:

They demanded renegotiation of the treaty

Meanings of Renegue:

verb

Go back on a promise, undertaking, or contract.

Usage examples:

They have reneged on their promises to us

Meanings of Renerve:

verb

To give renewed strength or vigour to; (now especially) to re-embolden with fresh courage or nerve; to steel.

Renew

rɪˈnjuː

Meanings of Renew:

verb

Resume (an activity) after an interruption.

Usage examples:

The parents renewed their campaign to save the school

Meanings of Renewable:

adjective

(of a contract, agreement, etc.) capable of being renewed.

Usage examples:

We are on renewable annual contracts
noun

A natural resource or source of energy that is not depleted by use, such as water, wind, or solar power.

Usage examples:

Production costs for the renewables are higher than for coal, oil, or gas

Renewal

rɪˈnjuː.əl

Meanings of Renewal:

noun

An instance of resuming something after an interruption.

Usage examples:

A renewal of hostilities

Renewals

rɪˈnjuː.əl

Meanings of Renewals:

noun

An instance of resuming something after an interruption.

Usage examples:

A renewal of hostilities

Renewed

rɪˈnjuːd

Meanings of Renewed:

adjective

Having been resumed, re-established, or revived.

Usage examples:

He is currently fighting a renewed attempt by the us to extradite him
verb

Resume (an activity) after an interruption.

Usage examples:

The parents renewed their campaign to save the school

Meanings of Renewedly:

adverb

In a renewed manner; once more, anew.

Meanings of Renewedness:

noun

The state or quality of having been renewed.

Renewing

rɪˈnjuː

Meanings of Renewing:

verb

Resume (an activity) after an interruption.

Usage examples:

The parents renewed their campaign to save the school

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