denying

[ dih-nahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF denying

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Do not show yourselves ungrateful to the Corn by denying her servants their wages.

He had felt a moral superiority in denying the implied bad habits.

A weak person who yields to the temptation of denying himself a pleasure.

There was no denying it, and they left the cloisters and closed them.

There was no denying this point, so Wentworth said nothing more.

He felt that he was doing no wrong in denying being a spy, to a British soldier.

Denial would be useless, and in denying, you would be untrue to yourself.

After this they all went through the formality of denying God and the Saints.

For Khalid like myself is constitutionally incapable of denying God.

The medical men were not singular in denying their supernatural origin.

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