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Definition of Gainsaid:
  • part of speech: (past participle)

    Contradicted.

Usage examples for Gainsaid:
At this question Dante seemed to pluck up some courage- not much, indeed, but still a little; and he made bold to answer her after the manner that is called symbolic, and this, or something like this, is what he said: " Madonna, I may compare myself to a man that is going on a journey very instantly, and since no man that rides out of a gate can say to himself very surely that he will ride in again, I have certain thoughts in my heart that clamor to make themselves known to you, and will not by any means be gainsaid if I can at all compass the way to utter them." ” The God of Love, - Justin Huntly McCarthy.

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