Denying [verb]

Definition of Denying:

disagree, renounce, decline

Opposite/Antonyms of Denying:

Sentence/Example of Denying:

The county denied the request by arguing that Whitlock must first provide the names and dates of each decedent whose death certificate he wished to view.

Thereafter, he found himself repeatedly denying his comments amounted to support for defunding the police.

I know I’ll make more money on the male side, where the audience is bigger, but that means denying a core part of myself.

The Veterans Administration frequently and perhaps unlawfully denies benefits to veterans with “other than honorable” discharges.

Legal proceedings played out publicly after Heard filed for divorce from Depp in May 2016, with tabloids circulating photographs and videos detailing the allegations Depp has repeatedly denied.

Separated from family and denied all the conveniences of modern life, Lethem’s characters start riding bikes and raising chickens — not so much a descent into mayhem as macramé.

Qualified minority physicians could no longer be denied hospital privileges.

“The reviewer believes there is no compelling substantial evidence of treatment effect or disease slowing, and that another study is needed to confirm or deny the positive study and the negative study,” the report said.

California's 2020 election resultsThe gig companies defeated legislation to make drivers employees after running a record $200 million campaign to deny workers employment.

Prior to its passage, patients with preexisting health conditions could be denied coverage completely or not covered for those specific conditions.