Naysay - definition of naysay by The Free Dictionary
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tr.v. nay·said (-sĕd′)
, nay·says (-sĕz′)
To oppose, deny, or take a pessimistic or negative view of: They will naysay any policy that raises taxes.
1. to speak of something in a negative manner
2. to say no
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Speaking on the radio program 'Elvis Duran and the Morning Show,' the former Fifth Harmony member explained why she had to naysay
the offer, which was eventually given to singer Hasley.
Go for what you want, work at it, achieve your goal and let no one naysay
it to you.
There is no need for a detailed list, but it is obvious that they can ask him to naysay
things behind closed doors.