What is the opposite of authorised?

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Adjective
(unofficial) Opposite of having the approval or authorization of an authority or public body
Adjective
(unauthorised) Opposite of having the approval or authorization of an authority or public body
Adjective
Opposite of legally binding due to having been executed in compliance with the law
“He's been detained in Japan since mid-July, when he was nabbed for traveling with an invalid passport.”
Adjective
Opposite of officially sanctioned or recognized
“The discussion was based on unofficial documents and conversations with those familiar with the subject.”
Adjective
Opposite of generally approved, believed, or recognized
“It was unusual for them to deny the children some candy during Halloween.”
Adjective
Opposite of flanked by endorses
Adjective
Opposite of tending to favor the status quo and averse to change
Adjective
(of a court or other body) Opposite of accepted as having the legal authority to deal with a particular matter
“We see that the ordinary citizen is utterly unfit to be judge and jury in his own case.”
Adjective
Opposite of approved or agreed upon
“A reseller has the right to contest a denied deal.”
Adjective
Opposite of having received approval
Adjective
Opposite of generally approved, believed, or acknowledged
“She presented one year ago with fever, weakness, hepatitis and pneumonitis of unknown etiology.”
Adjective
Opposite of officially recognized as possessing certain qualifications or meeting certain standards
Adjective
(of a time or place) Opposite of decided on beforehand
Adjective
(of a government or political system) Opposite of based on elected or chosen representatives
Verb
Opposite of to have granted something to someone
“He was still considered a threat and the government subsequently denied his right to return to the country.”
Verb
Opposite of to have started or established
“The government dismantled the old organization with an eye towards establishing a more current version.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to bestow legal or official authority to
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to accept as satisfactory or conforming to the required standards or rules
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