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3 The White House was swift to deny the rumours.
4 He will not confirm or deny the allegations.
5 Both deny conspiring to cause actual bodily harm.
6 Do me the favour to deny me at once.
7 They deny conspiring together to smuggle drugs.
8 No one can deny the fact that fire burns.
9 Confidence, never deny yourself of it,[www.Sentencedict.com] for it costs you nothing and leads to great things.
10 The spokesman refused either to confirm or deny the reports.
11 He had the hardihood to deny the fact.
12 Both women vehemently deny the charges against them.
13 They that deny the power of the king shall die by the sword.
14 It's only too easy for them to deny responsibility.
15 They totally and categorically deny the charges.
16 You should never deny assistance to those who need it.
17 I would not want to deny them a harmless pleasure.
18 Jack had the hardihood to deny what he has done.
19 Even under torture, he refused to deny his beliefs/faith.
20 If anyone accuses me I shall simply deny it.
21 He appeared on national television to deny the claims.
22 Who can deny the justice of their cause?
23 Managers have so far refused to confirm or deny reports that up to 200 jobs are to go.
24 Among English playwrights, few would deny that Shakespeare holds sway.
25 Illness forced the president to deny himself to all visitors.
26 You can't deny that it seems a very attractive idea.
27 This is the only country in Europe to deny cancer screening to its citizens.
28 My instinctive reaction was to deny everything.
29 You cannot deny this opportunity to me.
30 His words to the press were deliberately equivocal - he didn't deny the reports but neither did he confirm them.
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