What is the opposite of confirm?

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Opposite of to give evidence or testimony to the truth or factuality of
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“The reactions of gamers largely contradict the rave reviews afforded to the new console.”
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Opposite of to state with assurance that a report or fact is true
“Brad would deny all of the accusations that had been leveled against him.”
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Opposite of to give an official acceptance to something as being satisfactory
“Sarah is likely to decline the offer for an interview as she is content with her current job.”
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Opposite of to strengthen or reaffirm in rank or position
“His latest traffic transgression would undermine his clean driving record.”
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Opposite of to come upon after searching, study, or effort
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Opposite of to establish what something or who someone is
“Many people mistake the endangered water vole for the brown rat and accidentally poison them or disturb their burrows.”
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(a feeling or quality) Opposite of to present oneself in a particular way by an action or series of actions
“He pretended to be somebody he wasn't, in order to mask his insecurities.”
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Opposite of to find out or to discover
“I'm willing to just accept the facts as they are, and move on with my life.”
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Opposite of complete or agree on a finished and definitive version of
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Opposite of to make sure or certain of something
“He had a tendency to be derelict and neglect his duty in ensuring that the equipment operated at full capacity.”
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Opposite of to make able to withstand physical hardship, strain, or exposure
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Opposite of to come to a judgment
“Because of your erratic results, the boss will waver when he decides on what your pay increase should be.”
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Opposite of to finalize or settle a formal agreement
“Contract negotiations were starting to protract as both parties began their posturing.”
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Opposite of a legal assurance of something
“Globalization and impersonal market forces threaten the rights of those who do have them and imperil the chances that others will secure them.”
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Opposite of to ensure or verify
“Because she has helped us before, it would be logical to assume that she will help us again.”
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