denounce[ dih-nouns ]SEE DEFINITION OF denounce
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DENOUNCE
And had not I, unworthy and far-removed from them, sin to denounce?
I denounce this person as a liar, and impeach him as a coward.
It is absurd to denounce the majority of mankind as below the average of mankind.
In which country did they denounce the preparations for the conflict, or the incentives of the conflict?
Thus, the wife was made to denounce the husband, the son the father, and the friend the friend.
She had gathered together all her remaining strength to denounce the culprits.
Take care that you don't try me too far, or I'll go and denounce him to the police.
It is true that I did denounce him—unhappy woman that I am—but you know perfectly why I did it.
I had it in me to give him the lie, to denounce him then for a low, swindling trickster.
Yet Philip was too cowardly to break forth and denounce the engagement.