1 Stephen made a vague gesture of denial.
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2 Little Chandler shook his head as a denial.
3 Regret, denial, or forgetfulness could do that.
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4 For curiosity's sake he had tried the denial of self.
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5 "Oh no, please don't, I'd rather not," she said, trying to withdraw her hand, and looking frightened in spite of her denial.
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6 Now, before I tell you whether it was a consent or denial, you tell me which it ought to have been.
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7 Earnshaw blushed crimson when his cousin made this revelation of his private literary accumulations, and stammered an indignant denial of her accusations.
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8 The arrest of my unfortunate brother forms no such good title to the high office of Chancellor, as thy chivalrous and courageous denial establishes in thee to the truncheon of High Marshal.
9 Old through neglect and denial, yes, denial.
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10 It was absolutely certain, therefore, in spite of her denial, that she must know something of the matter.
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11 These are the terms of his deposition: 'I do not even stand in need of circumstantial proofs and moral presumptions to give the lie to the prisoner's denial.'
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12 To deny the will of the infinite, that is to say, God, is impossible on any other conditions than a denial of the infinite.
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13 He perceived his mistake; but the friends of Aramis were not at all convinced by his denial, and one of them addressed the young Musketeer with affected seriousness.
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14 The denial only seemed to make the thing worse for Tom.
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15 I had hitherto supposed him to be the murderer of my brother, and I eagerly sought a confirmation or denial of this opinion.