A few years ago it was an undenied fact that more forest was destroyed by fire every year than by the ax.
More words from Jacky were necessary—words unequivocal, undenied.
Under all your serenity, your peace, and your decorum, you are an undenied sensualist.
We are led to believe these statements because they remain as yet undenied.
Consider the undenied system which must prima facie produce such results.
That its terms limit it to the country purchased from France is undenied and undeniable.
But the importance of the event, whether we call it reform or revolution, is undenied.
The principle of basing all government on the consent of the governed is undenied and undeniable.
early 14c., from Old French denoiir "deny, repudiate, withhold," from Latin denegare "to deny, reject, refuse" (source of Italian dinegarre, Spanish denegar), from de- "away" (see de-) + negare "refuse, say 'no,' " from Old Latin nec "not," from Italic base *nek- "not," from PIE root *ne- "no, not" (see un-). Related: Denied; denying.