Usage examples for negated

  1. The others might perhaps have been rancherias subordinate to this tribal group, but such an hypothesis is negated by the rancheria Asirin, which is referred to in the documents relating to the Cuevas affair as if it had an independent status. – The Aboriginal Population of Alameda and Contra Costa Counties, California by S. F. Cook
  2. All her abrupt decision was negated in his profound, ironical urbanity. – The Patrician by John Galsworthy
  3. Necessity, as the middle term, is the mid- wife which, from the dying isolation of judgments, delivers the unified judgment just coming into life- it being understood that the separateness of the original judgments is not as yet quite negated nor the unity of the coming judgment quite attained. – John Dewey's logical theory by Delton Thomas Howard
  4. Already I can tell your problem is a self- inflicted trauma that has negated the natural condition wherein your mind and body work in unison. – Life Blood by Thomas Hoover
  5. When the lad talked, his size and even the thin boyish voice were negated by the intelligence of his words, the size of his vocabulary, the clarity of his statements. – The Fourth R by George Oliver Smith
  6. The suggestion, whatever it may have been, was negated by the speaker on receipt of a warning shake of the head from Joan. – Roden's Corner by Henry Seton Merriman
  7. The negatives that haunt our ideals here below must be themselves negated in the absolutely Real. – Pragmatism A New Name for Some Old Ways of Thinking by William James
  8. An alien presence, a rude fist through the canvas negated the convention that this was a picture of reality. – Greener Than You Think by Ward Moore
  9. The mind must be quieted, the will negated until a state of simple receptivity is attained. – Nature Mysticism by J. Edward Mercer
  10. As long as modernization is not negated as an evil, urbanization will continue unabated. – Down-with-the-Cities by Nakashima, Tadashi
  11. And, we have negated the meaning and importance of ourselves and nursing. – Humanistic-Nursing by Paterson, Josephine G.
  12. If they are constantly irritated by the evidences of luxury beyond their means, if this irritation sours their dispositions and checks their spontaneity, their efficiency as teachers is greatly lessened or perhaps entirely negated – Craftsmanship in Teaching by William Chandler Bagley