refusing to admit

See: dissenting
References in classic literature ?
You must not blame her for refusing to admit you into her confidence after your marriage: it was then too late.
There are some who are satisfied to go on, year after year, refusing to admit the truth.
Ministers have previously said that school funding is at record levels, and this will increase further over the next two years as pupil numbers rise, But NAHT general secretary Russell Hobby accused the current government of "flatly refusing to admit the reality" of the pressures schools are facing.
A M AIL T ODAY investigation has revealed that several renowned hospitals are refusing to admit dengue patients.
The resumption of culling in Somerset and Gloucestershire after the failure of last year's killings is just the powerful farming lobby refusing to admit that is wrong.
FORMER Coventry Bees skipper Chris Harris is refusing to admit defeat despite Birmingham's first-leg hammering in the battle for the Elite League title.
The Reds are refusing to admit defeat in their battle to keep the prolific striker, who has his sights set on forcing through a move to Real Madrid.
He could have been released more than a decade ago but missed out on parole after refusing to admit to a killing which he always said was carried out by someone else.
What would be really worrying is if large numbers of people are refusing to admit the truth to themselves as well.
Summary: The staff of Bsharri Public Hospital began a three-day strike Thursday, after the father of a patient physically attacked a doctor for allegedly refusing to admit his son to the operating room.
Until now he has tormented her family by refusing to admit his guilt despite overwhelming forensic evidence.