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Dis Affirming

Pronunciation of Dis Affirming
/dˈɪs ɐfˈɜːmɪŋ/, /dˈɪs ɐfˈɜːmɪŋ/, /d_ˈɪ_s ɐ_f_ˈɜː_m_ɪ_ŋ/

Synonyms for dis affirming:

belie (verb)

confute, contradict, contravene, controvert, disagree, explode, negative, oppose, Disaffirm.

contradict (verb)

belie, buck, challenge, confront, counter, counteract, cross, dare, differ, disprove, dispute, impugn, take on, traverse, fly in the face of, call in question, thumbs down, have bone to pick, refuse to accept.

contravene (verb)

abjure, breach, break, combat, defy, disobey, encroach, exclude, fight, hinder, infract, infringe, interfere, interpose, intrude, offend, overstep, refute, reject, resist, spurn, thwart, transgress, trespass, violate, conflict with.

disaffirm (verb)

annul, deny, disclaim, gainsay, negate, renounce, repudiate, reverse.

disclaim (verb)

abandon, abnegate, belittle, criticize, decline, deprecate, disallow, disavow, discard, disown, disparage, forswear, minimize, recant, refuse, retract, revoke, Disacknowledge, divorce oneself from, turn back on, wash hands of.

dispute (verb)

agitate, altercate, bicker, brawl, canvass, clash, contend, contest, debate, discuss, doubt, hassle, kick around, moot, quarrel, question, quibble, rebut, squabble, thrash out, wrangle, Discept, have at, toss around, lock horns, bump heads, jump on one's case, pick a bone.

gainsay (verb)

withstand.

impugn (verb)

assail, attack, blast, call into question, knock, slam, smear, tar, traduce, trash, zap, zing, run down, put down, come down on, throw the book at, pin something on, cast aspersions upon, cast doubt upon, cut to shreds, skin alive, stick it to, swipe at, throw doubt on, thumb nose at.

negate (verb)

abate, abolish, abrogate, annihilate, blackball, break with, cancel, cancel out, countercheck, ding, dump, frustrate, invalidate, neutralize, nullify, quash, redress, repeal, rescind, stonewall, turn down, turn thumbs down, undo, vitiate, void, kill.

traverse (verb)

balk, check, duel, go against, impede, obstruct, repel.

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