negation[ ni-gey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF negation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NEGATION
And always, in response to every argument, Mary shook her head in negation.
There was a masterful quality in his declaration, which seemed to ignore her negation.
Garson reflected for a few seconds, then made a gesture of negation.
Mrs Verloc simply turned her face from right to left in sign of negation.
They presented no one front, for their negation was no one faith.
It is a confusion of falsehood and negation, from which Plato himself is not entirely free.
And this opposition and negation is the not-being of which we are in search, and is one kind of being.
And the negative may be a negation of fact or of thought (ou and me).
For his original conception of matter as something which has no qualities is really a negation.
Politics were for him the art of the possible enlarged by the negation of the ethical.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR NEGATION
- wiping out