The decision to disown a child is never simple.
After years of betrayal and hardship, John made the difficult decision to disown his sister.
When Amanda and her brother get into arguments, she always jokes that she will disown him.
He didn't need more emotions to hamper his decision making, and he didn't need Tim to disown him at the end of this mess.
If you decide to disown someone, you should lose all connections with them.
I recently decided to disown some friendships to end unnecessary drama.
After being embarrassed over and over again, Sarah's parents urged her to disown the friendship that was hurting her.
After months and months of rotten disagreement, Robert's parents decided to disown him.
To disown means to refuse to acknowledge a relationship with someone.
With such a forgiving heart, Rebekah felt that she could never disown a friend.
What is the legal process to disown a family member?
Would an alternative to offering forgiveness be to disown?
"What will you do, disown me?" asked Eli, questioning his parents' threatening tone.