Thesaurus / denial

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The officer shook his head in token of doubt about the truthfulness of that denial, and grinned sardonically.

The denial of the authenticity of John's Gospel is a source of far greater difficulties than its acknowledgment.

Is not this a disparagement of the person of man and a denial of God's power?

No and YesMary Baker Eddy

But, evidently, Spikeman placed no confidence in the denial.

Domitian had expected a denial from the courtier, not a confirmation of the facts.

For the life of him he could not tell whether the man's surprise was genuine, his denial real.

Verner's PrideMrs. Henry Wood

He hastened away, and Miss Woodley was relieved from the pain of giving him a denial.

A Simple StoryMrs. Inchbald

That someone had parted from her he felt convinced, in spite of her denial.

We have articulate evidence of the denial of the two sacraments by the Docetic idealists of Asia Minor.

She told herself she despised him; and there came no echoing protest or denial from anywhere within her.

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