1. one who denies
  2. any of various former European coins of different denominations
  3. a unit of measurement for the fineness of silk or nylon or rayon
    with an evening dress one wears 10 denier stockings
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  • Far from deterred, Denier Bud said he had just put the finishing touches on what he considered to be his “best work” so far, a twenty-two-episode, two-hour-and-twenty-two-minute opus entitled Buchenwald: A Dumb Dumb Portrayal of Evil. The Lampshade
  • “At the Buchenwald concentration camp in 1945, the Americans set up a display table to show Nazi atrocities,” Denier Bud began miasmically as the camera panned over the familiar objects: “A lot of bogus items, tattooed skin supposedly taken off bodies, a supposedly human skin lampshade, which in reality is just a basic lampshade, but they really went over the edge of dumb when they put this on the table.” The Lampshade
  • Do you think Jeff Jacoby is a Nazi nithing or a Holocaust denier? The Volokh Conspiracy » Libertarianism, Federalism, and Racism
  • One reason may be that doctors get ground down by pill-focused patients who want quick fixes, and patients who can be superlative deniers about their personal health risks.
  • The higher the denier number, the larger the yarn and, therefore, the heavier and sturdier the fabric.
  • Err, that short term fluctuation that “deniers” are concerned about also evinced significant concern from one of the pro-AGW scientists — as shown by the leaked email. The Volokh Conspiracy » NYT on Hacked Climate E-Mails
  • If the label says they are between denier 3 and denier 5—a measure of fiber density—your panty hose will probably be sheer enough to look transparent. Fashion reporter Teri Agins answers readers' questions
  • I would ask you, Messer Cicero and Messer Seneca, whose dog-eared volumes I see scattered upon the floor, of what use is it for me to know better than any master of the Mint or a Jew of the Pont-aux-Change that a gold crown piece is worth thirty-five unzain at twenty-five sous eight deniers parisis each, if I have not a single miserable black liard to risk upon the double-six? IV. Fate. Book VII
  • The Parlement allowed the municipal receiver to collect six deniers for each livre, a particularly high fee, so that he would consent to these practices.
  • Any woman will understand the pure sensual pleasure of silk stockings, or even just really fine denier nylon, if she has ever tried them.
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