deny definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To declare false; contradict.
    • To will not believe; reject.
    • To refuse to recognize or recognize; disavow.
    • To decline to give or enable; refuse: deny the pupil's request; denied the prisoner food or liquid.
    • to offer a refusal to; turn-down or away: The protesters were determined not to ever be denied.
    • To restrain (oneself) particularly from indulgence in pleasures.
    • To declare to not be real; to gainsay; to contradict; -- against affirm, enable, or acknowledge.
    • To refuse (to complete something or to take anything); to reject; to decrease; to renounce.
    • To refuse to give; to withhold; to won't gratify or produce to.
    • To disclaim experience of, obligation for, and stuff like that; to won't recognize; to disown; to abjure; to disavow.
    • To declare untrue; contradict.
    • To won't believe; reject.
    • To will not recognize or acknowledge; disavow.
    • To decline to give or enable; refuse: deny the student's request; rejected the prisoner food or water.
    • to provide a refusal to; ignore or away: The protesters had been determined not to be rejected.
    • To restrain (oneself) particularly from indulgence in pleasures.
    • To declare not to ever be real; to gainsay; to contradict; -- against affirm, allow, or acknowledge.
    • To decline (to accomplish anything or to take one thing); to decline; to drop; to renounce.
    • To refuse to give; to withhold; to won't gratify or produce to.
    • To disclaim experience of, obligation for, and so on; to won't acknowledge; to disown; to abjure; to disavow.
  • verb:
    • To not allow.
    • To assert that anything is not true.
    • To disallow
    • to refuse to provide or grant anything to some body
    • to avoid from scoring.
    • won't let have
    • deny oneself (something); restrain, especially from indulging in some enjoyment
    • refuse to recognize or recognize
    • declare false; contradict
    • will not give, by a petition or request
    • will not take or think
    • deny formally (an allegation of fact because of the opposing party) in a legal match
    • never to allow.
    • to say that one thing is not true.
    • To disallow
    • to will not give or give anything to some body
    • To prevent from rating.
    • will not let have
    • deny yourself (some thing); restrain, especially from indulging in some pleasure
    • won't recognize or recognize
    • declare false; contradict
    • refuse to give, since a petition or demand
    • refuse to accept or believe
    • deny formally (an allegation of-fact by the opposing party) in a legal suit
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to resolve in ��� bad; to declare an assertion to not be true.
    • To answer in ��� negative; to declare an assertion to not ever be real.
  • others:
    • to express “no” or “nay” to; gainsay; contradict.
    • To declare to-be false or untenable; reject as untrue or erroneous; refuse to admit, accept, or believe: because, to reject an accusation, or perhaps the truth of a statement or a theory; to deny a, doctrine.
    • To refuse; won't give or offer; withhold or withhold from: as, to reject bread toward hungry; to deny a request.
    • To reject as non-existent or unreal; won't have confidence in the existence of; disallow the reality of.
    • To refuse use of; avoid being seen; withhold from view or sex: as, he denied himself to site visitors.
    • To refuse to acknowledge; disavow; renounce; disown.
    • To forbid.
    • To oppose; repel; disprove.
    • Synonyms To disclaim, renounce, abjure.
    • To answer in the unfavorable; will not comply.
    • to state “no” or “nay” to; gainsay; contradict.
    • To declare to be false or untenable; reject as false or incorrect; will not acknowledge, accept, or believe: because, to deny an accusation, or even the truth of a statement or a theory; to reject a, doctrine.
    • To refuse; won't grant or give; withhold or withhold from: as, to deny loaves of bread towards hungry; to deny a request.
    • To decline as non-existent or unreal; will not believe in the existence of; disallow the fact of.
    • To decline usage of; save yourself from becoming seen; withhold from view or sex: as, he denied himself to visitors.
    • To won't recognize; disavow; renounce; disown.
    • To forbid.
    • To contradict; repel; disprove.
    • Synonyms To disclaim, renounce, abjure.
    • to resolve when you look at the unfavorable; won't comply.
  • noun:
    • Denial.
    • Denial.

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