gainsay


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Synonyms for gainsay

Synonyms for gainsay

to refuse to admit the truth, reality, value, or worth of

Synonyms for gainsay

take exception to

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No sane person would gainsay the urgent need for a revolutionary culture for healthcare delivery.
No one can gainsay the inroads neo-evangelicals have made into mainstream American culture.
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There is no requirement in the regulations for a medical examination of a player removed for injury, so it is impossible to gainsay Newcastle's evidence that Ryan was injured.
So it seems do the British and no apologists for corrupt regimes can gainsay that.
Who will gainsay that the parks contain the highest potentialities of national pride, national contentment, and national health?
However, it was with equally great dismay that read in the papers that this disgusting man, who abused his position, abused his expenses and abused anyone who dared to gainsay him, is to get his full pension.
I have seen or heard no evidence which has been tested to gainsay those denials.
While Worcester city councilors and the administration tried to put a positive spin on their huge raises, it is hard to gainsay the perplexity of residents who struggle to make ends meet while tax bills and fees continue to climb.
When they do, not even the Stricklands' 150-year roots at the Bar-X can gainsay the force of Executive Order 9029--used by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt to appropriate large chunks of the New Mexican desert and turn them into atomic weapons testing sites.
But no one can gainsay his passion for mission and worship and the church.
Thus on the one hand no one will gainsay the insight these judicial source materials, even in mere translation, begin to allow us into the details of sexual behavior and values of the Spanish Golden Age.
Both Marie Antoinette and Max Beloff having gone to their rewards some time ago, who precisely would gainsay this truism?
As we have reiterated previously, and on other occasions, one cannot gainsay the immemorial postulate that a "substantial portion of the .
If Democrats merely gainsay the voucher proposal President Bush will almost surely promote in 2004, they will appear (rightly) as educational obstructionists, and lose support among swing voters and low-income urban parents.