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Noun: renege  ri'nig [N. Amer], ri'neyg [Brit]
  1. The mistake of not following suit when able to do so
    - revoke, renegue [Brit]
Verb: renege  ri'nig [N. Amer], ri'neyg [Brit]
  1. Fail to fulfil a promise or obligation
    "she reneged on her promise";
    - renege on, renegue on, go back on, renegue [Brit]

Derived forms: reneged, reneges, reneging

Type of: annul, countermand, error, fault, lift, mistake, overturn, repeal, rescind, reverse, revoke, vacate

Part of: card game, cards

Encyclopedia: Renege