English words and Examples of Usage

use "refuse" in a sentence

Refuse to connive or dishonour, by acting as the assassin’s knife.

"We need to protest this situation and refuse this mass immigration.

If such claims keep coming from Gazprom, we may refuse its services.

Many men who refuse to join Boko Haram's ranks have also been killed.

How many will refuse to act until the right finance is offered?

Illegal dumping used to only be handled by the Yakima Refuse Division.

It saves me a lot of money and keeps the stuff out of the refuse longer.

Fears that the euro zone is heading for deflation refuse to abate.

Then even more people would likely refuse the ever-more-expensive coverage.

"I would not hesitate to refuse service to an openly gay person or persons.

The core powers, Germany and France, refuse to bear the burden alone.

Can we just not treat these guys that refuse to be members of the human race?

The sixth officer has invoked his right to refuse to answer questions.

But without an accord on finance, "countries will refuse, emerging economies..

If they refuse Ched Evans request his legal team can make further submissions.

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