What is the opposite of claim?

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Opposite of to state or assert that something is the case
“Bill would attempt to deny claims of ever having a relationship with Monica.”
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Opposite of to demand ownership of
“Once Marla sued for divorce, he would start seizing other marital assets and even transfer ownership of his business to his brothers.”
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Opposite of to cause or result in the loss of life
“He felt himself fall backward but held firmly to the notion that the safety equipment he'd invested so heavily in would ultimately save his life, thus avoiding a deadly fall.”
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Opposite of to require as a necessity
“I have enough manpower for the task, so I won't require your help.”
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Opposite of to take, receive or gain possession of
“If he dies without issue, then I give his share of my real estate to all my grandchildren that shall be then living.”
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Opposite of to implore or make a request for
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Opposite of to instruct or order (someone) to do something
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Opposite of state positively and assertively
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Opposite of to give reasons or cite evidence in support of an idea, action, or theory
“The law provides for the reduction of penalties, as long as the taxpayer will agree to fully accept the charges laid.”
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Opposite of to state a fact or belief confidently and forcefully
“Some theorists speculate that the universe will end in a big crunch when everything collapses in on itself.”
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Opposite of to insist on having something
“We offer this complimentary service to reward you for your loyalty to us.”
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Opposite of to kill off or put an end to someone or something
“The Vikings were in good spirits, becoming well disposed to Bagnold, and decided to spare him instead of killing him.”
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Opposite of to kill or take the life of
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(with object) Opposite of to say something in order to convey information or to express a feeling
“He acknowledged that he had an immediate gut reaction to government requests for the media to withhold information.”
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Opposite of to take, claim or use for one's own benefit, usually without the owner's consent
“After much protest, the council decided to relinquish the bushland.”
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Opposite of to make a formal application or request
“If you are sure you have lost your wallet, you will have to cancel all your current credit cards.”
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Opposite of to earn or obtain (something desirable) through work or effort
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Opposite of to kill or cause the death of
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Opposite of to make a false show or pretense of
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Opposite of to give an authoritative or peremptory order
“I wondered why he would ask me to take out the rubbish when he himself had nothing else on his agenda.”
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Opposite of an assertion that something is true
“His denial of any improper conduct was met with disbelief and derision.”
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Opposite of a right or title to something
“Medders' refusal of her inheritance was not a transfer since she never actually received her husband's assets.”
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Opposite of a share or interest in a business, situation, or system
“Evidence of Amis' complete dissociation from contemporary culture has played out lately amid his spacy declarations concerning the internet.”
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Opposite of an assertion, especially one maintained in argument
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Opposite of a moral or legal entitlement to have or do something
“The government's prohibition of chewing gum greatly angered the nation's citizens.”
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Opposite of a claim that a circumstance means that one should not be blamed for or should not be forced to do something
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Opposite of a piece of gossip
“The claim that we are not trying is a misconception, and that is a fact!”
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Opposite of charge of wrongdoing, fault
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Opposite of a right or privilege exclusive to a particular individual or class
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Opposite of the state of being a proprietor
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Opposite of an accusation, especially in a legal or lawful sense
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Opposite of something asked for
“The administration gave us a vague response to the action plans.”
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Opposite of a false display of feelings, attitudes, or intentions
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(now literary) Opposite of a reward, prize or recompense for a service
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Opposite of a special right or advantage, granted or available only to a particular person or group
“They not only live in impoverished neighborhoods but have the disadvantage of poor education.”
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Opposite of the action or process of affirming something
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Opposite of money that is owed and should have been paid earlier
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Opposite of the state of ownership
“I had been contemplating asking a friend for a loan who I believed would not refuse me.”
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Opposite of an outward, and often deceptive, display or pretense
“It is the leader's moral principles and integrity that give legitimacy and credibility to the vision and sustain it.”
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Opposite of power or control
“Their inability to maintain peace is further proof of their impotence.”
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Opposite of a pressing requirement
“There will be a nonnecessity for waiters as the eatery looks to implement a self-service system.”
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Opposite of one's right to speak, think or act
“With despotic governments, heavy censorship of speech and expression is common.”
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Opposite of an earnest request for money or help
“She pointed out that she would be able to make a financial donation to the charity of her choice.”
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