deny

[ dih-nahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF deny

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DENY

Not a hand was raised—for his worst enemies could not deny that he was temperate and frugal.

This is a record and result that no careful student of our history will, I take it, deny.

No one justly may deny the equality of opportunity which made us what we are.

Only a foolish optimist can deny the dark realities of the moment.

Will he deny me the visits of my dearest friend, and forbid me to correspond with her?

Mr. Gladstone would neither affirm nor deny, but held his peace.

I had never been used, I said, to deny the truth, nor would I now.

No one will deny that the Buddhist, the Mahometan, the Confucianist, have their grasp of truth.

I do not deny that a second or third hand knowledge of God may do something.

Yet I will not deny that at the intaking of a town it is well to have good store of bombards.

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