- There are always naysayers who say it can't be done.
Examples of naysayer in a Sentence
There are always naysayers who say it can't be done.
those naysayers who attack the integrity of the entire judicial system
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But these naysayers have never met my sugar-phobic, guilt-ridden clients.
State Fair Park Board Chairman John Yingling has heard all the naysayers who have called the facility a white elephant.
Mr Macron issued his customary battle-cry against illiberal populists and European naysayers—but also tried to dispel what seems to him to be a whiff of complacency.
A decade ago, when the Washington Capitals signed Ovechkin to a 13-year deal with worth $124 million, naysayers suggested the Capitals would regret that deal in the future.
An angry chorus of naysayers lives today, with more unfiltered avenues to express anger.
But black women must guard against even the hint of failure with every arrow in the quiver, lest naysayers see a shortcoming as evidence that blacks or women are categorically unsuited for the business.
Those on the event stage talked about their friends, their certainty in political change, their solidarity with other victims, and their fearlessness in the face of naysayers and cynics.
But don’t conflate that with a typical quest for revenge against a faceless chorus of naysayers.
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NAYSAYER Defined for English Language Learners
: a person who says something will not work or is not possible : a person who denies, refuses, or opposes something
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