denunciatory

[ dih-nuhn-see-uh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee, -shee- ]SEE DEFINITION OF denunciatory

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She struck an attitude, singling out Sally with a denunciatory arm.

He sprang off to confront Carmena, with denunciatory words and gestures.

She turned the fire of denunciatory eyes upon the archæologist.

The gaze of the man that met his own was stern and denunciatory.

To Norman, she was more explicit and denunciatory—and he let her talk.

This they did, and listened to remarks from me, denunciatory of their proposed actions.

It was strong and denunciatory, such only as men like himself, versed in letters, could employ.

We can scarcely suppose that this appeal by Jeremiah to his brother-prophets was merely sarcastic and denunciatory.

He pressed a denunciatory finger to his breast with force, and became perfectly still.

Warming with my own complaints, I soon became fearfully profane and denunciatory.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DENUNCIATORY

accusatorial

adjectivepertaining to an accusation
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