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To decry is to cry down, in some noisy, public, or conspicuous manner.

I only know that they will all cry down the next ministry when this one is destroyed.

When all was still, he would become a Valkyrie and cry down the chimney.

There came a cry down the platform: "En voiture, messieurs!"

It is not fair, to cry down things which are harmless in themselves, because evil-disposed men may turn them to bad account.

It was to their interest to cry down the equivalence of silver; they paid less and received more.

But just this manifest truth, the Teutomaniacs and sophists, suddenly developed into bigots, sought to obscure and cry down.

Yet they would gladly persecute those who attempt to cry down the bad arguments.

She said death to herself, and the word echoed inside her like a cry down a long hall.

The friends of Miss Penrhys were ill advised in trying to cry down a man like my father.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.