“The Kennedy Center cannot put their arms around the fact they did something wrong and are in denial,” says Sanchez.
But he was still averting his eyes from death, and his biographer says he approached the end in denial.
“There are people with pedophilia that are often in denial, the way some alcoholics deny having a drinking problem,” he said.
No matter how callously defined, neither America's interests -- nor the world's -- are served by the denial of human aspirations.
It's as close to a confirmation or denial as Lorre and Prady are willing to give at the moment.
The denial of a proposition implies the admission of its Contradictory.
Burke shook his head emphatically in denial of the allegation.
As best I can recall now, the denial being credited to Ryder.
"No," said the poor novice; but the denial came faint and irresolute from her lips.
"No, no," I muttered, and the denial struck me like a spiritual blow the moment it was uttered.
denial de·ni·al (dĭ-nī'əl)
An unconscious defense mechanism characterized by refusal to acknowledge painful realities, thoughts, or feelings.