Denied [verb]

Definition of Denied:

disagree, renounce, decline

Opposite/Antonyms of Denied:

Sentence/Example of Denied:

Walker at the time denied being pregnant by explaining that she was just “bloated.”

Graham has denied that he pressured Raffensperger to toss legal ballots.

The desired parting quickly turned acrimonious, according to a person familiar with the situation, and Snyder threw the minority owners off the team’s board and denied them access to its financial statements.

Whatever you think of Elon Musk, there’s no denying Tesla had a torrid 2020.

In August 2019, just days before her illness led to a formal medical leave, she denied Cruz’s bid for freedom.

Phillips and his wife refused to cooperate with investigators who visited the facility two days later, even denying that an unmasked teacher tested positive after investigators already confirmed that with the teacher herself.

He was never explicitly denied funding on the basis of his skin color, nor does he recall any veiled insults—and, he adds, trying to fundraise for a company that has $200,000 in revenue is never easy, especially in the Southeast.

The cooperative, known as NSSEO, denied to ISBE that it used lap belts to punish students or out of convenience, contending they were used to help students sit with therapeutic support, according to ISBE’s report.

While a 2018 report in the Nikkei newspaper said the Bentonville, Arkansas-based retailer planned to sell the business for as much as 500 billion yen, the company had repeatedly denied it was looking to exit.

He wasn’t swayed by a county argument that the records requests should be denied because of a state health and safety code that restricts death certificate dissemination.