|denial of an oath||abjuration|
|abdication, relinquishment by formal declaration; act of forgoing voluntarily; repudiation, abandonment, declaration giving something up, denial or rejection||renunciation|
|abstinence and self-denial for the purpose of spiritual discipline, self-denying way of life||asceticism|
|abstinent, self-denying, celibate; austere, severe, one who practices self-denial for spiritual discipline, abstainer, recluse, hermit, relating to asceticism, somebody who leads austere life||ascetic|
|act of abstaining, act of refraining, self denial; act of refraining from voting, not doing something, not voting||abstention|
|act of disclaiming, repudiation; renouncing of a claim; statement which denies responsibility or affiliation, denial, denial of knowledge, refusal to accept responsibility, statement renouncing legal right||disclaimer|
|act of giving up, renouncement; denial, disavowal, retraction||recantation|
|act of lying under oath; act of giving false testimony in a court of law, lie under oath, telling lies under oath||perjury|
|act of objecting; opposition; appeal; denial; protest, cause of opposition, expression of opposition||objection|
|act of refusing, denial, rejection, first offer of something, unwillingness to do something||refusal|
|act of taking an oath, swearing; act or instance of swearing someone in, binding someone under oath||objuration|
|affirm truth of something, declare something on oath, make somebody promise solemnly, pledge, vow, solemnly promise; curse, use obscene language; testify under oath (Law); bind by an oath, vow; curse, say something offensive, take an oath||swear|
|answer of "no", bad, deny, veto; refute, disprove; negate; reject, destination of electrons, disprove proposition, having same charge as electron, less than zero, meaning "no", moving away, negating proposition, negation; negative word; refusal, denial...||negative|
|attest to truth by affidavit, check whether something is true, confirm the truth of something; ascertain the truth of something (as by investigation); witness or swear to the truth of something (Law), prove something, swear something under oath||verify|
|barrier across a trench, barrier within a building, pass over; oppose, thwart, crossbeam, crossing, passage across; formal denial of a claim made by the other party; zig-zag course (e.g. by a sailboat); protective embankment around a trench; small area...||traverse|
|be in charge of, dispense, give as medication, look after somebody, manage, supervise; implement, execute; supply, organize handover of property, perform as ritual, supervise oath-taking||administer|
|bear witness, declare under oath, attest, declare something under oath in court, make factual statement based on experience, prove or demonstrate, talk about experience as a Christian||testify|
|being held as security, bind, deposit of property, drink to somebody, enroll student in a society, give something as security, pledgee, promise something, promise to join a university society, promise; obligation, undertaking; oath, vow; mortgage; toke...||pledge|
|being kept down by force, psychological protective mechanism, see also:denial, state of being repressed, suppression; suppression of undesirable feelings urges or memories within the unconscious (Psychoanalysis)||repression|
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