Category: Part of speech:
To decline to accept, agree to, or do something
To refuse to accept, submit to, believe, or make use of:
To deny the truth of (a statement or statements). To make a subject of disputation; to argue pro and con; to discuss.
The power of one branch of government to prohibit a certain action by another; for example, the chief executive’s right to refuse to sign a legislature-passed bill into law.
To deny or contradict (a former statement)
To acknowledge or confess
To make a formal retraction or disavowal of (a statement or belief to which one has previously committed oneself).
To share an opinion or feeling; be in accord:
To refuse to own or to refuse to acknowledge one’s own.
To discard is defined as to get rid of something or throw something away.
To give (what is requested, as permission, etc.); assent to; agree to fulfill (Intransitive) To be involved or engaged in controversy.
Disavow is defined as to deny any association or responsibility. To deny, as a claim; to refuse.
To refute, especially by offering opposing evidence or arguments, as in a legal case:
To rebuff is to reject someone or something in an abrupt way.
To reject something contemptuously.
To dismiss is defined as to send someone away, or to disregard an idea or treat something as unworthy of consideration.
To attack by argument or criticism; oppose or challenge as false or questionable
To make firm; to confirm, or ratify; especially (law) to assert or confirm, as a judgment, decree, or order, brought before an appelate court for review.
(Intransitive) To not agree (suit).
To deprive of physical liberty, as by shackling, arresting, etc.
To make more certain the validity of; confirm; bolster; support
(Idiomatic) To reposition by turning, flipping, etc. in a downward direction.
The definition of abnegate is to not allow yourself something.
To declare to be false; deny.
To prove to be false or erroneous; overthrow by argument or proof:
(Law) To give up a right, trust, etc.
To cause to move laterally on a pivot; swivel:
(Intransitive) To receive something willingly.
To let do or happen; permit:
To cancel or invalidate by withdrawing or reversing
To refuse, esp. in a formally polite way To take something away (keep it away); deny someone of something.
To forbid is defined as to order that something not occur, or to prevent something from occurring.
(Eccles.) To tell (one's sins) to God, esp. in public worship service or in private (Intransitive, now rare) To give one's adhesion; to join up with (a group, etc.); to become part of. [from 15th c.] Synonym Study
implies a direct, forceful attack against that which one calls into question she impugned his motives
not only implies emphatic denial, but, in addition, often suggests belief or evidence that the opposite or contrary is true the facts contradict his statement To
is to dispute what a person says or to challenge the person saying it facts that cannot be gainsaid
implies a refusal to accept as true, real, valid, existent, or tenable he denied the charge
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