withsaying

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English[edit]

Noun[edit]

withsaying ‎(plural withsayings)

  1. A contradiction, denial, or refusal
    • 1843, William VICE, ‎Edward SMIRKE, ‎W. M. THOMAS (of Truro.), The Case of Vice Against Thomas:
      Also the miner hath such franchise to inquire the mine (g) in every soil of the King of which it may be named, [Qu. ?] and also of all other folk, without withsaying of any man.

Verb[edit]

withsaying

  1. present participle of withsay