Definition for denier (2 of 2)
Origin of denier2
Examples from the Web for denier
Michael Moynihan says a more accurate translation suggests he is just another Holocaust denier.
Using the definition accepted by mainstream scholars of Nazism, Rouhani is a moderate Holocaust denier.
In the last few hours, however, Berlin issued the following statement: I am not a Holocaust denier.
Well, if he's not a Holocaust denier, that's progress, I guess.
Clearly panicked, the old scoundrel was reduced to trying to smear Christopher as a Holocaust denier.Christopher Hitchens: A Young Contrarian Salutes Him|Max McGuinness|December 18, 2011|DAILY BEAST
You play wizard and magician to get people to fall down and worship the denier.On the Seaboard|August Strindberg
In the school of the denier of the gods, you forgot the immortals above and depended on yourself alone.Arachne, Complete|Georg Ebers
Grant that I may make him a heretic and a denier of the saints.Peter the Priest|Mr Jkai
Agnostic and Churchman, denier and believer, have split on the same amatory rock.The Dop Doctor|Clotilde Inez Mary Graves
"I have not a denier in my pockets," said the Chevalier, with a short laugh.The Grey Cloak|Harold MacGrath
British Dictionary definitions for denier (1 of 2)
Word Origin for denier
British Dictionary definitions for denier (2 of 2)
Word Origin and History for denier
French coin, early 15c., from Old French dener, a small coin of slight value, roughly equivalent to the English penny, in use in France from the time of Charlemagne to early modern times, from Latin denarium, from denarius, name of a Roman coin (cf. Spanish dinero; see denarius).