Deny [verb]

Definition of Deny:

disagree, renounce, decline

Opposite/Antonyms of Deny:

Sentence/Example of Deny:

A Pentagon spokesperson didn’t deny Garrison’s pending appointment but said, “Bishop Garrison is not, as of right now, an employee of the DoD, so we will not comment on that.”

Snyder and Michael have denied any knowledge of the videos, copies of which were obtained by The Post.

Cuban denied to The Post a report from the Athletic, the first to break the story, that the organization had decided not to play “The Star-Spangled Banner” at the American Airlines Center moving forward.

Stebbins has denied any wrongdoing and has filed a wrongful termination suit against the agency.

Steve Schmidt, in a phone interview last week with the Blade, denied the Lincoln Project had “any knowledge of any misconduct by John Weaver” until January.

In Monday’s motion for bond, Plofchan denied that his client a member of the Oath Keepers.

Courtney Abbott, an Alexandria-based attorney representing Tyto Athene, said the company denies any wrongdoing or liability in the case, but could not comment further on the pending litigation.

At School Without Walls at Francis Stevens elementary school, a first-grade teacher, whose request to remain virtual was denied, went on leave, according to parent Alicia Swenson O’Brien.

López denied that the renaming initiative was a distraction from the reopening plan, which Superintendent Vincent Matthews told reporters clearly outlines the metrics that need to be in place before students reenter classrooms.

In denying her race and her past, Clare has given up more than she intended.