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Denounce in a sentence

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Sentence count:53+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-01-11Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: accuseblamecensurechargecondemndamnindictreproachSimilar words: announceannouncedpronounceannouncementbounceenoughnoumenonlarcenousMeaning: [dɪ'naʊns]  v. 1. speak out against 2. to accuse or condemn or openly or formally or brand as disgraceful 3. announce the termination of, as of treaties 4. give away information about somebody. 
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1) We must denounce injustice and oppression.
2) We should denounce a heresy.
3) Speaker after speaker mounted/took the platform to denounce the policy.
4) Ministers took the floor to denounce the decision to suspend constitutional rule.
5) the president's political enemies were quick to denounce him.
6) Always there to denounce the system, demand justice.
7) She also urged him to denounce the protest from the pulpit.
8) An elderly deaconess who refused to denounce her faith during a riot against Christians.
9) Community leaders were quick to denounce the police for reacting too violently to the disturbances.
10) Denounce Big Labor and start a new labor federation like Lewis did.
11) I encouraged them to denounce the callow subjugation of women and switch from heels to flats.
12) While some pundits denounce them, I believe they play a useful role, keeping politicians and central bankers honest.
13) John Major did not publicly denounce Mr Churchill,( but went as far as hinting that he disapproved.
14) Some Quakers began to denounce slavery beyond their circle in society at large, and they drew negative response for doing so.
15) Meanwhile, ministers rallied in a concerted effort to denounce rumours of a rift between Mr Lawson and Margaret Thatcher.
16) I denounce them to Heaven and to earth.
17) We denounce the preposterous statement of the warmonger Churchill.
18) What if I denounce myself?
19) You shouldn't denounce others from time to time.
20) Denounce us, and then keep the blood money?
21) They denounce all attempts at guiding choice.
22) The opposition parties called a press conference to denounce the actions of the police.
23) Denounce himself, great God!
24) Union leaders too have queued up to denounce the reforms.
25) An adoring right-wing press gave him his platform to denounce 15,000 teachers as incompetent.
26) The conservatives and their newspapers took this occasion to denounce Arista for the summary execution of a political offender.
27) J., who joined in a news conference with Kennedy and other lawmakers to denounce the downing of the civilian aircraft.
28) Encouraged by this, Viscount Aimar decided to hire mercenaries in Gascony and denounce the peace terms so recently agreed.
29) Also, being elderly, they were very ready to voice their opinions and denounce the ideas of their fellows.
30) A loose-knit band of authors, bibliophiles and intellectual gadflies began showing up at Library Commission meetings to denounce the New Main.
More similar words: announceannouncedpronounceannouncementbounceenoughnoumenonlarcenousindigenousdenotedenotationpronouncounciluncertainuncertaintyincidenceevidencecredencedecadenceresidenceimpudenceconfidencecoincidencephenomenonindependencedeclaration of independenceround and roundvenomenormousvenomous
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