Word of the Day: PERNEGATE

from ppl. stem of Latin pernegāre (to deny altogether),
from per- + negāre (to deny)

(the below example is for the noun pernegation – absolute denial)

“…I and my Friends shall be allowed the full benefit of all the variations, interpretations, reservations, postvariations, tergiversations, excusations, contemporations, pernegations, alterations, illaqueations, extrications, devotions, mentimutations, rementimutations, distinctions, evasions, possessions, plenipotentialities and fedifractions…”

From: Discolliminium;
Or, A most obedient reply to a late book
By Nathaniel War

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