Definition of Negations

1. Noun. (plural of negation) ¹



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Definition of Negations

1. negation [n] - See also: negation

Lexicographical Neighbors of Negations

neg
negarchy
negatability
negatable
negate
negated
negater
negaters
negates
negating
negation
negational
negationism
negationist
negationists
negations
negative
negative-clause
negative-edge-triggered
negative-sum
negative G
negative Nancy
negative S
negative accommodation
negative afterimage
negative anergy
negative base excess
negative binomial distribution
negative charge
negative chemotaxis

Literary usage of Negations

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Ethics of Democracy: A Series of Optimistic Essays on the Natural Laws of by Louis Freeland Post (1916)
"The temptation must be great to such a man to strike from the decalogue all the prohibitory commandments as pessimistic negations. In substance, affirmation ..."

2. The Chartist Movement by Mark Hovell (1918)
"It followed from the contradictory tendencies within their ranks that Chartists could agree in little save in negations, whether in their social or in their ..."

3. The Anatomy of Negation by Edgar Saltus (1886)
"THE Negations OF ANTIQUITY. THE clamour of life and thought entered Greece through Asia Minor. Quinet has called the itinerary of the tribes that took ..."

4. Twice-born Men: A Clinic in Regeneration; a Footnote in Narrative to ...by Harold Begbie by Harold Begbie (1909)
"... full of negations pi rmations, and to show o] « their regeneration over h stories are narrated in ai them has been recently | ould be ..."

5. The Origin and Development of Religious Belief by Sabine Baring-Gould (1892)
"... the declaration of religious truths—Infallibility resides in the whole body—Fallibility in negation—Are members of branch churches bound by negations ? ..."

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