[ UK /nˈe‍ɪse‍ɪɐ/ ]
[ US /ˌneɪˈseɪɝ/ ]
  1. someone with an aggressively negative attitude
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How To Use naysayer In A Sentence

  • Her words revitalize him, and Adams redoubles his efforts to turn the naysayers into yeasayers.
  • He added: 'There are some naysayers who claim things have changed for the worse. The Sun
  • The assets - too many to list - are being drowned in the hyperbolic ink that is spilled by the naysayers and the do-nothings.
  • Many junior officers became naysayers and malcontents.
  • Don't glorify the naysayers when the yeasayers have been at the center of progress since the beginning of recorded time’.
  • Researchers using Likert scales reword items to identify yeasayers and naysayers.
  • He and others who track what they call "denialism" find that its nature is changing in America, last redoubt of climate naysayers. Msnbc.com: Top msnbc.com headlines
  • The naysayers would be wrong. Times, Sunday Times
  • They do not want to spend their careers as professional naysayers, forever doing nothing.
  • If he does that, he can prove his naysayers wrong. Times, Sunday Times
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