Examples of negation in a Sentence
issued specific negations of all of the charges against her
a ruling by the Supreme Court that many regarded as a negation of the basic right of privacy
Recent Examples of negation from the Web
The result felt less like an homage than a radical modernist reappraisal of the Bachian ethos — deconstruction carried to negation.
Bottom line: Kim is playing a high-stakes game, using nuclear weapons as his trump card, in order to improve his hand in future negations with South Korea and the United States.
King Lear is among the most complete statements of negation in English.
Trump's lawyers and Mueller's team are in the midst of negations over what topics an interview with the President could focus on.
Kushner, the White House aide tasked with leading negations in the Middle East on a host of issues, has fostered a close relationship with MBS for months, White House officials have said.
But refusing to give in to a politics of negation, despite it all, this is punk rock.
How are black girls supposed to grow up to be black women in love with themselves in a country built on the structural negation of black women’s humanity and personhood?
How could the negation be political if the original activity was not?
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