How To Use Enounce In A Sentence

  • Across the street, protesters denounced what they called a fraudulent vote and urged a boycott. undefined
  • Later, he would denounce the war as inutile.
  • The attorney for one of the accused denounced what he calls cowardly and anonymous leakers at the Pentagon. CNN Transcript Jun 5, 2006
  • Labor Party leaders have denounced the talk as an attempt by the right to escape indirect blame for the assassination.
  • She was denounced in media outlets close to the government as a "negationist" of the genocide. BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition
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  • The later patriarchal cultures denounced them as immoral and wanton.
  • Such a renouncement would not trigger the Electoral Act and would not require a by-election to allow the electorate to review the MP's mandate to represent him or her.
  • Can a newly minted American renounce his allegiance to Germany but retain his allegiance to Bavaria?
  • In private, feel free to vent your spleen, cry, denounce the other party as a loathsome cad.
  • What is it and why does Eug è ne hesitate to denounce it?
  • In order to improve product craft, pandora denounce is gigantic endowment from Italy introduced the first set of gold in Asia electroforming machine equipment, the advanced production cheap pandora equipment, the pandora gold beads electroforming furnishing articles products on the market now, can solve the defect that furnishing articles hardness, surface hardness than traditional products increased more than three times. VInvesting.com
  • Wordsworth's theory was perhaps not enounced with perfect clearness.
  • Of course these photos are going to be denounced as fakes.
  • After the war, he opposed peacetime conscription, denounced British neocolonialism, praised the United Nations, and criticized congressional isolationists.
  • So the cost of the strikes, politically, is denouncement from a Pakistani government that can’t tolerate a public acknowledgment of its complicity. Talking Reckless | ATTACKERMAN
  • WASHINGTON (CNN) – Speaker Nancy Pelosi blasted President Bush's comments Thursday suggesting that Democrats believe "we should negotiate with terrorists and radicals" and suggested Senator John McCain denounce them. Pelosi blasts, McCain defends Bush comments
  • Sarcasm I now see to be, in general, the language of the Devil; for which reason I have, long since, as good as renounced it. Thomas Carlyle 
  • In the 19th century, the church denounced this secularisation of moral values as the perversity of liberalism, which it condemned and against which it fought.
  • I want to I want to renounce my rights as heir.
  • It is not difficult to see why Gregory and his supporters denounced both lay proprietorship and clerical marriage.
  • SACRAMENTO -- Thousands of tea party supporters in red, white and blue rallied for conservative causes Sunday at McClellan Park in Sacramento, as speaker after speaker denounced big government and excessive federal spending. MercedSun-Star.com: front
  • He denounced democracy as a psychopathic expression of inferiority and compromise as an aberration that must be crushed out of existence.
  • Israeli spokesman Mark Regev says Hamas is a terrorist organization that refuses to renounce violence or recognize Israel.
  • - Pakistani relationship over the drones has only gotten stronger, even if the price of quiet cooperation is public denouncement from the Pakistani government. Whinging And Whining | ATTACKERMAN
  • Imperialism has never renounced the idea of annihilating socialism or of annihilating the socialist process from the face of the earth. 30TH ANNIVERSARY OF HIS 1ST SPEECH
  • How dare Rush Limbaugh, the principal foghorn of the Right-wing noise machine, denounce them as "freeloaders? Bernard Weisberger: Onward Wisconsin
  • China's Foreign Ministry denounced those remarks as unwarranted American meddling and an attempt to "internationalize" a strictly regional problem. Reining in China's Ambitions
  • I have been saying this for a while now, specifically in the context of Pakistan, that instead of trying to present a ‘moderate’ picture of Islam as is the fashion and which is fallacious by the way, we must in explicit terms denounce Islam. Women Erased in Israel, Flogged in Pakistan and Restricted in Afghanistan - The Lede Blog - NYTimes.com
  • There was a change in import prices, but only with the countries with which Lithuanian had to renounce its former free trade agreements, such as Ukraine.
  • This was frequently denounced by critics of the democracy on the grounds that it introduced a pecuniary motive.
  • The investigators still cite the "cancer of corruption" denounced by James Wolfensohn, an ex-president of the World Bank, in 1996.
  • Article 12 State functionaries and military personnel on active service shall not renounce Chinese nationality.
  • The world is glue, pitch, paste—always too pliant; a dough that softly kneads the kneader, and whispers to the hand the material absurdity that it should loosen its grip, renounce its labor.
  • The poster for Verräter, for instance, employs photomontage, a technique that German collage pioneer John Heartfield was using quite publicly at the same time to denounce Hitler.
  • Further, there is no reason why a legatee cannot effectively renounce his entitlement to shares without executing a deed.
  • In Japan, he has also expressed a wish to renounce his U.S. citizenship.
  • With dozens of cases of ‘ecotage’ amounting to tens of millions of dollars in damages, the FBI has publicly denounced the ELF as ‘the nation's most dangerous domestic terror organisation.’
  • (For those that are Christians among them, as namely the Russians, Grecians, and Alanians, who keep their own law very strictly, wil in no case drinke thereof, yea, they accompt themselues no Christians after they haue once drunke of it, and their priests reconcile them vnto the Church as if they had renounced the Christian faith.) The iournal of frier William de Rubruquis a French man of the order of the minorite friers, vnto the East parts of the worlde. An. Dom. 1253.
  • About 150 mainly student protesters carrying joss sticks and flowers gathered outside the bar in a wealthy neighbourhood of the capital and denounced its decorative use of sacred symbols and statues. Buddhist group protests, symbolically seals Buddha Bar in Indonesia
  • The decision of Government to send reinforcements to Ireland was mentioned as a prelude to the information from Vienna of the birth of a son to the Princess Nikolas: and then; having conjoined the two entirely heterogeneous pieces of intelligence, the composer adroitly interfused them by a careless transposition of the prelude and the burden that enabled him to play ad libitum on regrets and rejoicings; by which device the lord of Earlsfont might be offered condolences while the lady could express her strong contentment, inasmuch as he deplored the state of affairs in the sister island, and she was glad of a crisis concluding a term of suspense thus the foreign-born baby was denounced and welcomed, the circumstances lamented and the mother congratulated, in a breath, all under cover of the happiest misunderstanding, as effective as the cabalism of Prospero's wand among the Neapolitan mariners, by the skilful Irish development on a grand scale of the rhetorical figure anastrophe, or a turning about and about. Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith
  • It has been widely denounced as a dreadful, expensive mistake, the very nadir of reality television… all of which is true, but what's your point?
  • You see, I think this movie, which has been denounced by the Salt Lake Trib's critic Sean Means because it carried an unexpected darkside, is illustrative of a big problem that the entertainment industry in general suffers from right now. Simple Tricks and Nonsense: Movie Review: 13 Going on 30
  • And since traditional Christianity so obviously renounces this false freedom and stands against it, the opportunity to blame Tiller's death on all Christians who oppose abortion is simply too good to pass up for those who are committed to not only holding tightly to that freedom, but to expanding it ad extremum. Pope John Paul II
  • The government's economic policy has been denounced on all sides.
  • I hereby renounce and deject this superdelegate and the President he served. Obama Campaign Moving Joe Andrew All Over Indiana Today
  • An informer who denounces someone to the government to be killed, imprisoned, or even fined is likened to an assailant, since being arrested can be a dangerous and traumatic experience.
  • Nathan, I hereby denounce you and those filthy words you wrote, no matter what they were.
  • And finally, President Obama gave the orders to Navy seal Team Six, an elite unit formerly denounced as "Cheney's death squad," that resulted in the long-awaited killing of Osama bin Laden.
  • Last week he denounced the reports that he was educated in a madrasah as a 'ludicrous' smear. Times, Sunday Times
  • And when she was brutally knocked off of Washington's segregated streetcars, she denounced racism: "It is hard for the old slaveholding spirit to die, but die it must.
  • He turned his back on the London art-world and renounced the idea of abstraction, believing that a figurative style would be the only way to convey clearly what he had seen.
  • denouncement" or claim, which entails certain legal formalities and the annual payment of a tax. Mexico Its Ancient and Modern Civilisation, History, Political Conditions, Topography, Natural Resources, Industries and General Development
  • He was immediately followed to the microphone by a young woman who denounced him in strident terms; those aberrations were not Marxist-Leninist states, she cried, they were Stalinist!
  • The latter camp included George Bush, who denounced it as a "foreign court" where "our troops and officials" would be in danger of malicious prosecution.
  • He denounces people who urge him to alter his ways.
  • He was publicly denounced as a traitor.
  • Henry renounced lay investiture, but prelates were to continue to do homage for their fiefs.
  • In the end she opts for the serious, renounces carnal love, and decides to become a Catholic.
  • Ethel could scarcely feel that it would not be a mockery to declare, on her behalf, that she renounced the world. The Daisy Chain
  • Sudan has condemned killings as a heinous crime. Beijing denounced the killings as a terrorist act, but said it will continue its friendly relations with Khartoum.
  • In exchange they would have had to renounce all other claims. Times, Sunday Times
  • The 7th chapter denounces "the anti-astrological process" (the malignant academic complot to exclude astrology from the science mainstream).
  • McCain categorically denounced the mention of Rev. Wright in GOP ads back in April. Notice How the GOP Gets Denounced For Racism Even When They Absolutely Won’t Mention Anything Touching Race?
  • A planned telephone mast has been denounced as a monstrosity by people in Wootton Bassett.
  • Beijing denounced the killings as a terrorist act, but said it will continue its friendly relations with Khartoum.
  • Although the latter was to survive less than a fortnight (he publicly denounced government nuclear defence policy) some reforms were quickly forthcoming. The Government and Politics of France
  • The Herald denounced the verdict, saying it was the " flimsiest of evidence".
  • Amnesty International denounced the failure by the authorities to take action.
  • China -- Germany renounces in favor of China all privileges and indemnities resulting from the Boxer protocol of 1901, and all buildings, wharves, barracks, forts, munitions or warships, wireless plants, and other property (except diplomatic) in the German concessions of Tientsin and Hankow and in other Chinese territory except Kiaochow, and agrees to return to China at her own expense all the astronomical instruments seized in 1901. History of the American Negro in the Great World War His Splendid Record in the Battle Zones of Europe; Including a Resume of His Past Services to his Country in the Wars of the Revolution, of 1812, the War of Rebellion, the Indian Wars on the Frontier, t
  • The party has renounced terrorism as a political tool.
  • In 1946, after the death of dictator Benito Mussolini, the reconstituted Italian government renounced its claims to its African colonies.
  • And in Delia's there will reverberate till death that wail of a fierce and childless woman -- that last cry of nature in one who had defied nature -- of womanhood in one who had renounced the ways of womanhood: "_the child -- the child_! Delia Blanchflower
  • Darwin's theories about evolution were denounced by many people.
  • How likely is it that people will voluntarily renounce them because of a disputed threat to the planet? Times, Sunday Times
  • He has never renounced his claim to the throne of a kingdom which no longer exists.
  • As teachers were hauled before Judge Fisher they denounced the school authorities for tyranny and deception and said they were willing to go to jail to defend their rights.
  • We absolutely renounce all forms of terrorism.
  • Italy renounced all claims in 1947 and the country was declared independent by a UN resolution in 1951.
  • The clinic is one of the "pregnancy crisis centers" that have been denounced by reproductive rights supporters who say they proselytize to pregnant women about the evils of abortion. Obama administration's sex-ed program criticized by both sides of abstinence debate
  • June 6 -- Belgian Legation at Washington gives out a statement answering the German White Book recently issued at Berlin making accusations against the Belgian civilian population; reply denounces allegations of franc-tireur warfare as false and unsupported; Belgian Government, instead of encouraging civilian resistance, warned the population against it. New York Times Current History; The European War, Vol 2, No. 4, July, 1915 April-September, 1915
  • I didn't use the word renounce because it has a specific, legal meaning when talking about citizenship. Page 2
  • Revolutionary pamphleteers denounced it as a resurrection of discredited feudal privileges.
  • Statehood and any meaningful renouncement of terror and steps to prevent terror have to go hand in hand.
  • McCain selectively "rejected" statements made by Hateful Hagee but never denounced the endorsement. McCain rejects endorsement of a second controversial pastor
  • Western women, fully accoutered with nail polish (which is incompatible with manual work), high-heeled shoes (disastrous for the posture and hence the back, and quite unsuitable for walking long distances over bad roads) and brassieres... denounce female circumcision without the shadow of a suspicion that their behavior is absurd. Nomad
  • Armenia has already renounced any territorial claims to its former homeland. Times, Sunday Times
  • The act closes with a terzetto of great power ( "O! di qual sei tu"), in which both the priestess and Adalgisa furiously denounce the faithless Pollione. The Standard Operas (12th edition) Their Plots, Their Music, and Their Composers
  • He arrives and commands all the relations to renounce Butterfly.
  • The barrister entirely renounce his right to object to a juror.
  • I stand shoulder to shoulder with all denouncers of meanness.
  • His conscience at once spoke out, and in the agony of his remorse he had resort to a hermit who bade him renounce the world, grave for himself a cell in the face of the melaphyre clay -- the hermit did not give to the rock its mineralogical name -- and await a token from heaven that he was forgiven. Castles and Cave Dwellings of Europe
  • Will Charles renounce the throne in favour of his son?
  • He bitterly denounced the administration of that pure Democrat, James Madison, and ridiculed what he termed the follies of Thomas Jefferson. Americanism Contrasted with Foreignism, Romanism, and Bogus Democracy in the Light of Reason, History, and Scripture; In which Certain Demagogues in Tennessee, and Elsewhere, are Shown Up in Their True Colors
  • A bill is discharged if, at or after its maturity, the holder expressly and absolutely renounces his rights against the acceptor either in writing or by delivering the bill to him.
  • The official report on the killings has been denounced as a whitewash.
  • Masquerading his message as a typical tale of lovers spurned and yearned, he fashioned a vitriolic denouncement of his countrymen, people whom he saw as being more capable of lying or hiding than fighting.
  • She renounced the role of tragic widow with an austerity that irritated her would-be saviours.
  • Amnesty International denounced the failure by the authorities to take action.
  • The conservatives and their newspapers took this occasion to denounce Arista for the summary execution of a political offender.
  • The frantic denouncer of simony had himself become a simonist; the indignant opponent of Antoninus had become his secret accomplice; the accuser of misprision had accepted an enormous bribe as the guerdon of misprision. Gathering Clouds: A Tale of the Days of St. Chrysostom
  • The anti-contagionist, in acknowledging his ignorance, leaves the question open to examination; but the contagionist has solved the problem to his own mind, and closed the field of investigation, without, however, ceasing to denounce the antagonist who would disturb a conclusion which has given him so much contentment. Letters on the Cholera Morbus. Containing ample evidence that this disease, under whatever name known, cannot be transmitted from the persons of those labouring under it to other individuals, by contact—through the medium of inanimate substances—or throug
  • Doubtless, any of these stories could be denounced as ‘sexist’ because they objectify women's bodies.
  • He will not denounce the company publicly, but is hoping for other shareholders to rally to his cause. Times, Sunday Times
  • HFA plans to raise cash through the sale of 30.3 million shares and a two-for-five renounceable rights issue. HFA to Buy U.S. Investment Manager
  • Peru recently renounced its earlier recognition of the Court's jurisdiction.
  • Even the Bishop of Rustenberg in South Africa denounced this policy as ‘a death-dealing code’.
  • And everyone - aristocrats, bohemians, and philosophers alike - denounced the bourgeoisie as selfish money-grubbers.
  • The early tabloid press, music hall, silent cinema, radio - all were denounced in their time as narcotising trash.
  • So it is that jokes that might once have been accepted as bad-taste gags can now be denounced as intolerable racial insults.
  • I deplored my lack of success in discovering the link that was missing between me and king's blood; I intimated my conviction that further effort on my part would still be met with failure; and I renounced with fitting expressions of disappointment my candidateship for the Scions thanking Aunt Carola for her generosity, by which I must now no longer profit. Lady Baltimore
  • He championed human values in art and denounced what he considered the frivolity or vacuity of much contemporary painting and sculpture.
  • The story was denounced by another navy lieutenant. The Times Literary Supplement
  • In the Tbilisi and Vilnius cases, Gorbachev equivocated on how deeply he was involved, hesitating to either defend or denounce the attacks. The Return
  • It is only prudent to renounce what is transitory and illegitimate for that is what is permanent and sublime.
  • Many MPs denounced the resolution as a cosmetic exercise .
  • He went into that Alliance and there denounced the only true friends of emancipation - the abolitionists.
  • It's the walkback scheme, where he lets these outside groups walk out these slurs/smears against Barack Obama, and then those slurs/smears are walked back with a 'denouncement' from McCain, but once they've been walked out and back, they still leave that behind in the public discourse. Swift Boat Vet Operative Vows To "Attack Obama Viciously"
  • And because they are essential and inseparable rights, it follows necessarily that in whatsoever words any of them seem to be granted away, yet if the sovereign power itself be not in direct terms renounced and the name of sovereign no more given by the grantees to him that grants them, the grant is void: for when he has granted all he can, if we grant back the sovereignty, all is restored, as inseparably annexed thereunto. Leviathan
  • Hero is publicly denounced by Claudio on her wedding day, falls into a swoon, and apparently dies.
  • Andrew renounced his claim to the property.
  • His historical analogy was compelling, but that didn't save him from being denounced by right-thinking peers for his tastelessness.
  • Few, indeed, wanted to be in the army: many openly, cynically, bitterly denounced the war.
  • Many of his films were seized on moral grounds by higher censorial authorities, denounced as blasphemous and obscene.
  • U.S. and Israeli officials say they will have nothing to do with Hamas unless and until the group renounces violence and agrees to recognize Israel.
  • His language was then deemed too harsh and unconciliatory, and hundreds, I among the number, denounced him in unmeasured terms. Oration on the Life and Character of Henry Winter Davis
  • However, both environmentalists and the timber industry denounced the decision as inadequate.
  • Either renounce your political beliefs or get us a couple of wins against Newcastle. The Sun
  • This would be widely denounced as a form of neo-colonialism in both donor and recipient countries.
  • Benedict also discussed his contentious speech in Regensburg, Germany, in 2006, which provoked the ire of the Muslim world; denounced drug abuse; explained what he described as the impossibility of ordaining women as priests; and, with surprising candor, said that if he did not feel up to the task of being pope, he would resign. The Seattle Times
  • An informer denounced him to the police ( as a terrorist ).
  • Among the most confrontational figures were ultraconservative scholars, who occasionally threw down the gauntlet in public and denounced colleagues for lax or improper observance of the faith.
  • An overlap complicates things slightly: forego is a variant spelling of forgo (“abstain, renounce, do without”) but the reverse is not the case, so avoiding this variation will help retain a useful distinction. Forego and forgo
  • His manner changed so drastically towards her that she feared he was about to publicly denounce her. Blaikie's Guide to Modern Manners
  • How much social instability would it take before people would renounce their liberties in a trade-off for safety? Times, Sunday Times
  • As news about the memo spread, critics of Hall and the school board quickly denounced what they described as collusion between the district and the chamber. ajc.com - News
  • I hereby renounce all desires of the flesh, especially ones that involve spatulas.
  • In particular he denounced those who employed the word Theotokos, though he was ready to admit the use of it in a certain sense: "Ferri tamen potest hoc vocabulum proper ipsum considerationem, quod solum nominetur de virgine hoc verbum hoc propter inseparable templum Dei Verbi ex ipsa, non quia mater sit Dei Verbi; nemo enim antiquiorem se parit. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman
  • We are the only country to have attained the capacity to reach earth's orbit and then renounced it. Times, Sunday Times
  • But his single, great remembrance could be neither renounced nor forgotten. The Broken God
  • In Brown v. Mississippi (1936), Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes denounced the state's use of coerced confessions as a violation of due process.
  • To delate means to accuse or denounce something and the cake delator was created as an instrument to further hatred and humiliation of cakes. Signs of Trouble
  • At his command the chorister enounced the prophet's song.
  • Mohammed VI, labelled the sheikh an "agitator" and denounced his ANC Daily News Briefing
  • The band Hell is for Heroes has denounced it as ‘a great blow to alternative music’.
  • I am therefore prepared to renounce my claim on the strip of land in question.
  • There were others who, in perhaps the first act of political idealism in their lives, renounced MAD in protest over its editor's departure.
  • Either renounce your political beliefs or get us a couple of wins against Newcastle. The Sun
  • Brady, however, called on Quinn to apologize and "renounce" Hendon, he told the Chicago Tribune. Rickey Hendon Calls Bill Brady 'Racist', 'Homophobic' (VIDEO)
  • Cagliari" by the Neapolitans on the high seas; our attitude towards the Paris Congress of 1857; while in 1858 he led the revolt against Lord Palmerston's proposal to amend the Conspiracy Laws in deference to Louis Napoleon; in 1860 vigorously denounced the annexation of Savoy and Nice; and in 1864 moved the amendment to Biographical Study of A.W. Kinglake
  • Speaker after speaker mounted/took the platform to denounce the policy.
  • But we could not prove independently that there are practical propositions which command categorically, nor can it be proved in this section; one thing, however, could be done, namely, to indicate in the imperative itself, by some determinate expression, that in the case of volition from duty all interest is renounced, which is the specific criterion of categorical as distinguished from hypothetical imperatives. SECOND SECTION
  • In the capital, Jayapura, demonstrators marched past heavily armed police in support of a referendum on independence and to renounce a 1969 U.N.-backed vote that brought Papua under Indonesia's control. Violence, Protests Underscore Papuan Independence Movement
  • *By the way...my "denouncement" was in response to Fen using the term about 3,000 times over the past five days...and had absolutely nothing to do with YOU. "Michael Mukasey... is absolutely correct... that the issue of 'waterboarding' cannot be decided in the abstract."
  • Neysa Moskowitz, whose 20-year-old daughter, Stacy, was killed just 10 days before Berkowitz was arrested, denounced Lee last week as a "piranha" who "just wants to make a buck. One Crazy 'Summer'
  • However, at his execution, he dramatically stuck his right hand in the fire, the hand with which he had falsely signed his renouncement of his beliefs, crying, ‘This hath offended!’
  • The conservatives and their newspapers took this occasion to denounce Arista for the summary execution of a political offender.
  • But with this issue, the bishop must "recant," i.e. not just renounce his views but seek human and divine forgiveness. Vatican says bishop's apology is not enough | RELIGION Blog | dallasnews.com
  • His former colleagues have denounced him as a spy.
  • He had renounced his former associates.
  • Diplomats denounced the leaders for trampling their citizens' civil rights.
  • It is not proper for him to denounce other religions as false.
  • I beg him on my knees to renounce his claim to his mother's fortune.
  • A friend of mine has gone for an ascetic existence, having denounced the demon drink, and even resolved to stop swearing.
  • The same day the commune applauds the deputies of a section, which "in warm terms" denounce before it the tardiness of justice and declare to it that the people will "immolate" the prisoners in their prisons (Moniteur, Nov. 10, 1793, Narrative of Pétion). The French Revolution - Volume 2
  • A thousand times, YES! idiotic must reject and denounce and deject and renounce and project and pronounce and eject and enounce. Big Pro-Hillary Third-Party Group Won't Be Funding Ads In West Virginia
  • This renouncement of sovereignty was officially confirmed in the 1951 San Francisco peace treaty signed by Japan and over 50 allied nations.
  • As such, even the his claim to have renounced the power of alchemy is still locked into its rhetorical presumption of the transmutability of self and world.
  • She forsook her suitors and renounced the comforts of her family home.
  • They accuse him of apostasy - the renouncement of belief.
  • Do they fear external sources like North Korea and China, or internal sources like terrorism - homegrown or imported - or a renouncement of Article Nine, the part of the constitution that forbids Japan from having an offensive army? Help save Station X!
  • Around 1800 male dress changed: men forswore exhibitionism and renounced brightly coloured, erotic attire.
  • As Osa dancers perform a stick dance meant to conjure up the spirits of their ancestors, organizers say the festive season is not a denouncement of Western Christian values.
  • As the apostle denounced this first simonist, so the Church has continued ever since to denounce those who propose to purchase its sacred powers, -- "Thy silver perish with thee, because thou hast thought to obtain the gift of God with money" (Acts viii. An Introduction to the History of Western Europe
  • He spoke in the tone one might fancy a speaking automaton to enounce its single words.
  • "Who can doubt now," he asks rhetorically, "that they were right to denounce the idea of religion based on human sacrifice?"
  • It was denounced by one outraged commentator as ‘a monstrous departure from the dignity and propriety of journalism’.
  • The regime denounced the Western media. Times, Sunday Times
  • He will not denounce the company publicly, but is hoping for other shareholders to rally to his cause. Times, Sunday Times
  • A municipal declared that she was showing her son how to talk in cipher, and they made her renounce the lessons in arithmetic. The Ruin of a Princess
  • Once he denounced modern architecture and also alarmed the medical establishment with praise for homeopathic medicine. Times, Sunday Times
  • They denounced the exposure of children to such corrupting literature.
  • Pundits denounce this sort of non-standard construction. Times, Sunday Times
  • If not, then you must renounce it. Why Am I Afraid to be Assertive?
  • Were he a member of the board, would he have denounced the rabbi as Torquemada redivivus?
  • Politicians across the political spectrum have denounced the act.
  • Police had also established that he had denounced satanism and was in the process of converting to Christianity.
  • She publicly denounced the government's handling of the crisis.
  • While some pundits denounce them, I believe they play a useful role, keeping politicians and central bankers honest.
  • The boundary changes were denounced as blatant gerrymandering.
  • The attempt to act in accordance with a system of ideas is invariably denounced as ideological, fanatical, utopian or millenarian.
  • I am rejoiced to learn that the two factions of Texas Baptists, after having for months past denounced each other in language that smelled of sulphur and would have disgraced opposing parties of Parisian gamins -- after resorting to all the petty meanness of peanut politics to control the flesh-pots -- have kissed and hugged, slobbered and boohooed each on the other's brisket. The Complete Works of Brann the Iconoclast, Volume 10
  • “What name shall I enounce?” says he, with a wink at Mrs. Perkins's Ball
  • And does it make sense to renounce the world in search of eternal truth?
  • German leaders denounced the attacks and pleaded for tolerance.
  • Rudolph voluntarily renounced his U.S. citizenship.
  • One popular blunder that almost every economist denounces is rent control.
  • Thereupon I denounced him to the kaimakam, who had begun to be frightened at the responsibility he had assumed, and the man broke down and admitted that he might be mistaken, on which the kaimakam withdrew the charge. The Autobiography of a Journalist
  • He renounced violence on his release in 2011 but was barely free long enough to organise an effective political organisation before the elections last year. Times, Sunday Times
  • Survivors were denounced as traitors and suffered severe discrimination.
  • He also publicly denounced Israel for seeking, in his words, to "pacify" the Palestinians rather than reach a peace agreement with them and he praised the work of John Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt, authors of The Israel Lobby. Jacob Heilbrunn: Neocons Win Big Victory Over Obama: Charles Freeman Resigns

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