Definition of renege in English:
1Go back on a promise, undertaking, or contract: the government had reneged on its election promises
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- Older workers were among the first fired, and some hard-pressed corporations reneged on pension promises.
- To appease unions, he reneged on promised labor-market reforms.
- An hour ago your investor reneged on his promised half million.
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- In general, play stops when a renege is figured out and the reneger gets points for that hand, while the others get the points they have at that point.
- The day following the election, this reneger dismissed that promise as 'old news'.
- Because of the fast pace of the game, catching a reneger is difficult.
Words that rhyme with renegefatigue, Grieg, intrigue, league
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