Synonyms and related words:
Eighteenth Amendment, Prohibition Party, Volstead Act, abjuration, abjurement, abnegation, abrogation, absolute contradiction, abstaining, agnosticism, annulment, answer, argument, atheism, ban, bereavement, bucking, challenge, chucking, chucking out, complete answer, confounding, confutation, constraint, contempt, contention, contraband, contradiction, contraposition, contrary assertion, contravention, contraversion, controversion, cost, counteraction, countering, counterstatement, counterworking, crosscurrent, crossing, damage, dead loss, debit, declension, declination, declinature, declining, defense, demolition, demurrer, denudation, deprivation, despisal, despising, despoilment, destruction, detriment, disaffirmation, disagreement, disallowance, disapproval, disavowal, disbelief, discard, disclaimer, disclamation, discounting, discredit, discrediting, dismissal, disobedience, disowning, disownment, dispossession, disproof, disregard, dissent, divestment, effective rejoinder, embargo, exception, exclusion, expatriation, expense, forbearance, forbiddance, forbidden fruit, forbidding, forfeit, forfeiture, forswearing, frugality, gainsaying, golden mean, head wind, heresy, holding back, ignoring, impugnation, impugnment, inability to believe, incredulity, index, index expurgatorius, index librorum prohibitorum, infidelity, inhibition, injunction, injury, interdict, interdiction, interdictum, law, loser, losing, losing streak, loss, minimifidianism, misbelief, moderateness, moderation, nay, negation, negative, negative answer, nix, no, no-no, nonacceptance, nonapproval, nonbelief, noncompliance, nonconsent, nonconsideration, nonobservance, nothing in excess, nullification, nullifidianism, objection, opposing, opposition, opposure, oppugnation, overthrow, overthrowal, palinode, palinody, passing by, perdition, plea, pleading, preclusion, prevention, privation, prohibition, prohibitory injunction, proscription, putting away, putting out, rebuff, rebutment, rebuttal, recantation, refraining, refusal, refutal, refutation, rejection, reneging, renouncement, renunciation, reply, repression, repudiation, repulse, resistance, response, restraint, restrictive covenants, retention, retractation, retraction, revocation, revokement, riposte, robbery, ruin, ruling out, sacrifice, scouting, self, self-control, self-denial, self-discipline, self-mastery, self-restraint, soberness, sobriety, sophrosyne, special demurrer, special pleading, spoliation, spurning, squelch, standing against, statement of defense, statute, stripping, subversion, sumptuary laws, suppression, taboo, taking away, temperance, temperateness, throwing out, thumbs-down, total loss, traversal, turndown, turning out, unbelief, unbelievingness, undercurrent, undermining, unsaying, unwillingness, upset, upsetting, veto, withdrawal, withholding, zoning, zoning laws

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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  • Denial — De*ni al, n. [See {Deny}.] 1. The act of gainsaying, refusing, or disowning; negation; the contrary of {affirmation}. [1913 Webster] You ought to converse with so much sincerity that your bare affirmation or denial may be sufficient. Bp.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • denial — [dē nī′əl, dinī′əl] n. 1. the act of denying; a saying “no” (to a request, demand, etc.) 2. a statement in opposition to another; contradiction [the denial of a rumor] 3. the act of disowning; repudiation [the denial of one s family] 4. a refusal …   English World dictionary

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