Meaning of disaffirmation in English:

disaffirmation

Pronunciation /dɪsˌafəˈmeɪʃ(ə)n/

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noun

Law

See disaffirm

‘Girls are besieged by disaffirmations in the media that encourage accessorizing over opinions.’
  • ‘What could these affirmations and disaffirmations mean when examining the doctrine of providence?’
  • ‘This graduate started with considerable disaffirmation of his identity as a graduate.’
  • ‘It should have been not only a simple disaffirmation or unsubstantiated critique of unsatisfied developers or users!’
  • ‘Because disaffirmation of an employment contract has not been expressly barred by the legislature, such disaffirmation has not been prohibited by it.’