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she didn't like him
If you negate my answer, you consider it untrue. The root word, nego, means deny, refuse.If you deny or refuse to accept my answer, you consider it untrue!
she didn't refuse to keep the catholic religion she made the religion Even and protestants went to a different church to prayer.
They refuse to eat cows- they consider them sacred, or holy.
In some countries, such as Japan, not accepting something that has been offered to you is a great insult. i don't think so... refusing an offer doesn/t always mean that you are insulting the person... it's just the way how the person interpret your action... ^_^
Elizabeth expected Charlotte to refuse Mr.Collins , but when she hears that Charlotte accepted him , she is at first angry and hurt . But then later on she confronts Charlotte and pleads with her to refuse him , but Charlotte is determined to marry Mr.Collins , if not for love , then ateast for her personal security.
There are dozens of different princess Elizabeths. Many did marry Catholic men.
She did refuse his marriage proposal. She tells him that she is flattered but that she cannot marry him.
Refuse is present tense.I refuseWe refuseYou refuseHe/she refusesThey refuse
Because King George the 3rd was still mad about the colonists protesting.
I presume you mean after the 1904 season. NY Giants manager John McGraw viewed the American League as so inferior to his own league that he considered it an insult to play them.
Because Phillip was previously married to her half sister, Mary. Phillip just wanted to be in good relations with England, and take over England after Elizabeth had died. She was quite clever and refused to marry him.
Elizabeth had just learned that Darcy had separated Jane and Bingley from marrying, and he hadn't denied it. He was also constantly alluding to how rude her family is, which offended her, and of course, Wickham had lied to her that Darcy was an extremely cruel person.
I refuse to love you. Refuse the bad idea!
I have the right to refuse to serve you.I refuse to follow your advise.The refuse was thrown into the landfill.
she and a man called Anthony Babington had been sending secret messages to each other but the messages had really gone to Mary's protector Francis waisingham and he had show Elizabeth but she did not believe him so he showed the parliament and Elizabeth could not refuse so she got executed.
Refuse can be a noun OR a verb. Refuse is a verb when you use it as an action. This kind of refuse is defined as "to indicate or show that one is not willing to do something." Example: I refuse to go to that movie. Refuse is a noun when you refer to a pile of trash (synonym for refuse).
Yes, an apartment complex can refuse to rent an apartment to you if you have bad credit. A bankruptcy alone will not stop you from being approved or disapproved from an apartment, they will consider your overall credit score and credit history.
If you are on probation or parole or have a job that requires you to do so , no you can not refuse. any situation other than that refuse you can refuse.
"The supervisor wondered if the sanitation engineer would refuse to pick up the refuse."
You should not refuse to do something that your parents tell you to do
The word 'refuse' is a verb, a noun, and an adjective.Examples:I refuse to compromise. (verb)I throw away my refuse. (noun)I toss my trash in a refuse bin. (adjective)
AnswerThe reason why Elizabeth felt obligated to dance with Mr. Darcy was for propriety's sake. In that era it was generally thought rude to refuse an offer to dance. AnswerThe first time Darcy asks Lizzy to dance she refuses. The second time he asks she says she will and regrets it. From her conversation with Charlotte Lucas, it is clear that she accepted because she could not think of a good excuse to refuse.
He refuse to be the king.