denunciation

[ dih-nuhn-see-ey-shuh n, -shee- ]SEE DEFINITION OF denunciation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DENUNCIATION

There was accusation, denunciation, abhorrence in the cashier's gaze.

What astonishes me is his fertility in the arts of denunciation and scandalmongering.

The first half of the, sermon was a denunciation of the morality of men.

The denunciation you made in prison is true in substance and in fact.

But when I found out who he was I tried to take back my denunciation, and they wouldn't let me.

"He is what you have made him," he repeated in denunciation.

But the denunciation did not carry the conviction that Boris expected.

Their acknowledgment of him came after Sigismund's, after—long after—my denunciation.

The stronger the denunciation of England, the more popular the speaker.

It seemed as if every one had crowded forward to hear her denunciation.

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