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[ UK /dɪnˌʌnsɪˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
[ US /dɪˌnənsiˈeɪʃən/ ]
  1. a public act of denouncing
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How To Use denunciation In A Sentence

  • Lord Irvine will have to console himself that his rival's unexpurgated thoughts were delivered in wartime, so muting attention to his strongest denunciation of a judiciary he deems too powerful.
  • All three chose to veil their implied criticism of the judge's ruling beneath a denunciation of the media that reported it. Times, Sunday Times
  • Nizan's political stance at this juncture was a curious mixture of uncompromising denunciation and sweet-talking collaboration.
  • You may see my attitude as defensive and oppugnant, but I vaticinate further derogation of our incomparable tongue should such complots be permitted to unfold without denunciation. A malison on the poor of spirit.
  • Responding to this personal attack, Paul's comments are a sarcastic rebuttal of the denunciations of his victims.
  • Buttonholed while crossing the court-house lawn, and backed into a corner between the county clerk's office and the jail, Shelby had to listen with what patience he might to her denunciation of what she called his vile concord with Belial. The Henchman
  • This defense of war crimes is combined with denunciations of those who expose or criticize them and attempts to further cow an already pliant media.
  • Religious heresy denunciations do not appear often, outside of certain insular ultra-orthodox circles.
  • I don't know if he is an unfairly vilified man or if any of the denunciations of his morals and motives have some truth to them.
  • He seems to think that strident moral denunciation is the only acceptable position to take on anything relating to Nazism. Matthew Yglesias » The Real German Resistance to Hitler: The Social Democrats
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