Definition of disownment in US English:

disownment

noun

  • See disown

    • ‘Facing virtual disownment, Victor must now struggle to reconcile his outdoor persona with his indoor realities.’
    • ‘His neurotic mother sends him letters of adoration, then letters of disownment.’
    • ‘Not once did they mention their previous disownment.’
    • ‘It ended with his disownment and, in 1871, his sudden death from smallpox.’
    • ‘Her mother was probably looking down on her with disgust and disownment for her.’

Pronunciation

disownment

/dɪsˈoʊnmənt//disˈōnmənt/