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The answer RENEGE has 257 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of renege in various dictionaries:
noun - the mistake of not following suit when able to do so
verb - fail to fulfill a promise or obligation
To fail to carry out a promise or commitment: reneged on the contract at the last minute.
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Go back on a promise|
|Not do as promised|
|Not adhere to promises|
|Refuse to follow suit|
|Back out of a deal|
|Commit a card sin|
|Possible Jeopardy Clues|
|To fail to carry out a promise; you may do it "on a business deal"|
|This verb meaning to go back on a promise comes from the same root as "renegade"|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|go back on a promise, undertaking, or contract.|
|the mistake of not following suit when able to do so|
|fail to fulfill a promise or obligation|
|to fail to keep a promise or an agreement, etc.:|
|to not do what you previously agreed to do to fail to keep a promise or agreement:|
|To fail to carry out a promise or commitment: reneged on the contract at the last minute.|
|Games To fail to follow suit in cards when able and required by the rules to do so.|
|To renounce disown.|
|The act of reneging.|
In trick-taking card games, a revoke (or renege, or ) is a violation of the rules regarding the play of tricks serious enough to render the round invalid. A revoke is a violation ranked in seriousness somewhat below overt cheating, and is considered a minor offense when unintentional.Trick-taking games normally have several rules regarding which cards may and may not be played to a trick. For example, most games require a player to follow suit or play in the suit led, if possible. Rules of this sort are sometimes called "honor rules", because there is no way to detect a violation at the moment of its commission. However, the irregularity will normally be discovered later, and there are usually strict penalties for revokes.|
* Some "honor rules" in different trick-taking games include the following:* Spades, Euchre and 500 require that players play to the suit led, unless void in it.
* Hearts requires that players follow the suit led. In some variants, a player holding the Queen of Spades a