- v. present participle of deny.
“And I noticed Mike Pence, in denying the “Party of No” label, still refers to heathcare reform as “a government takeover of health care.””
“But she's not part of the old boys club, so NOW asks: Could sexism be at work in denying her this position?”
“I wouldn't be interested in denying history or culture or race, but I want to move into a place where all that stuff can come along for the ride but the whole story doesn't get bogged down in race.”
“To-day, far more voices are engaged in denying the yellow peril than in prophesying it.”
“Mike Pence sees no contradiction in denying to the less fortunate that which he himself enjoys as a congressional freeloader.”
“Credible, though necessarily speculative analysis of why Alger Hiss persisted in denying his role as a Soviet spy and why so many leftists remain determined to believe him despite overwhelming proof of his guilt.”
“His most recent public pronouncement came last December, when two statements were issued in his name denying "baseless" reports of peace talks with the Afghan government and repeating his demand for the withdrawal of all U.S. and NATO troops from Afghanistan.”
“ Javindhra shook her head, her expression denying the possibility.”
“‘However, I do not recall denying that the US might subsequently have defined terrorism more narrowly to exclude itself and its friends.’”
“However, I do not recall denying that the US might subsequently have defined terrorism more narrowly to exclude itself and its friends.”
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