01. She was accused of cheating on the test, but she [denied] it.
02. Sarah broke the vase by accident, but she [denied] having anything to do with it when her mother asked her.
03. In spite of his [denial], John's wife was convinced he was having an affair.
04. Ken [denied] cheating on the test, but the teacher clearly saw him copying someone else's answers.
05. We were [denied] entrance to the nightclub because we were wearing jeans.
06. Tiger Woods is [undeniably] the hottest young golfer in the world today.
07. Despite the suspect's repeated [denials], the police charged him with the murder of his neighbor.
08. Johannes Kepler's three laws of planetary motion [denied] uniform circular motion.
09. Someone once said, "Do not regret growing older. It is a privilege [denied] to many people."
10. There is a German proverb which states that a friendly [denial] is better than unwilling compliance.
11. There is no [denying] that computers have made most jobs much more efficient.
12. Harold Smith once noted that more people would learn from their mistakes if they weren't so busy [denying] they made them.
13. In October of 1939, during a speech to the German Parliament, Adolf Hitler [denied] any intention to wage war against Britain and France.
14. The Magna Carta states, "To none will we sell, to none [deny] or delay, right or justice."
15. No one [denies] that he is a good worker, but I'm not sure if he is ready for a management position.
16. A California judge has ruled that there appears to be no rational purpose for [denying] marriage to gay couples.
17. That she is a beautiful dancer is [undeniable]. The question is, can she act?
18. In many developing countries, girls are marginalized and disadvantaged, and are [denied] access to a quality education.
19. Millions of children worldwide are being [denied] the opportunity to escape poverty, simply because they are unable to go to school.
20. After women replaced men in the factories during the First World War, it became illogical to continue to [deny] them the right to vote.
21. The influence of Ancient Greece and Rome on Western culture is [undeniable].

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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