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An official denial of a published statement.
- ‘A démenti was issued from the presidential office but the press was not convinced.’
- ‘The Foreign Office has been forced to inspire a démenti which sounds true even to the most sophisticated ears.’
French, from démentir contradict or accuse of lying.
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