However, she has since refused to recant her story and stands by her original claim.
Then one of his hands was cut off, and again he was pressed to recant.
He was still a Jew, and showed no disposition to recant his error.
I am sure, however, that I thought myself right: and am glad to recant.
The East did not ask him to recant his radicalism, but only not to talk about it.
The bishop of Bononia sent him word that he must recant, or be burnt; but he appealed to Rome, and was removed thither.
Sigismund also again urged Hus to submit, and said, in effect: "recant now, or die."
He must recant his heretical Wycliffite opinions, especially those set forth in his treatise on the "Church."
He was too clever a heretic, even should he recant, to be allowed to live.
"I recant," said he, bluntly; and everybody saw what had operated his conversion.