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A few months later, after wide-scale denunciation of what an open letter from Google employees called the company’s “unprecedented research censorship,” it fired Gebru’s coauthor and co-lead Margaret Mitchell as well.

The wild dancing and devotion to pleasure were one way Parisians tried to put behind them the ever-present fear of denunciation and death and the constant spectacle of headless corpses that had dominated daily life for nearly a year.

The episode was another moment for denunciations from free-press advocates.

This pronounced denunciation of the government’s failure to prosecute those responsible for the 2008 financial crisis, combined with his refusal to rubber-stamp the settlement, made Rakoff a media darling.

He cast his ballot at an early voting site and at a news conference afterward issued the first of multiple denunciations of any giant spending bill.

Homage to soccer, celebration of its lights, denunciation of its shadows.

These responses may anger those who feel the only proper response in this situation is the denunciation of Dorner.

The activists recanted their denunciation of Kashua on its website, but Kashua said few Palestinian papers printed a correction.

Speaking at the Hay Festival, Franzen launched into a denunciation of electronic books.

He deserves credit for the strength of his denunciation, but his refusal was predictable.

Louis stood immoveable, with his eyes on the ground, while Wharton vehemently uttered this denunciation.

A threatening denunciation was in his visage, as he advanced with his staff of office towards his prisoner.

But the central economic doctrine of cost can not be shaken by mere denunciation.

The like denunciation was busily repeated through the churches, especially of the north of England.

It goes no further than the denunciation of the peer, and the raising of a subscription (generally inadequate) for the sufferers.


On this page you'll find 62 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to denunciation, such as: accusation, censure, denouncement, indictment, invective, and reprimand.

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