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Synonyms for denounce

Synonyms for denounce

to feel or express strong disapproval of

to make an accusation against

Synonyms for denounce

to accuse or condemn or openly or formally or brand as disgraceful

announce the termination of, as of treaties

Related Words

give away information about somebody

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However, even some of the Chaplin movie's denouncers agree on its historic importance: it serves as a significant document shedding light upon the conflict between a creative individual and the repressive McCarthyist ideological state apparatus.
Ms De Fernandez also called upon countries across the globe to create local phone number helplines through the Internet calling network Skype, aimed at creating a frontline of support that facilitates contact with victims and denouncers.
A third dithers briefly then joins the denouncers wondering aloud why men such as this insist on playing out their private lives in public.
The third reason is from the necessity of blunting the malice of denouncers who join together to pluck out by the roots the kingdom of God from the people.
And like the Hispanic-hunting conservatives and their illegals, the denouncers of "theocracy" simply cannot let the Christians get anything right--and they also thereby meet one of the other conditions of scapegoating: using the supposed culprit to explain too much.
In reaction to the Christian vision the Roman populace condemned the Jesus people as atheists, denouncers of Roman gods, and betrayers of imperial security and prosperity.
The Mexican Inquisition devoted much time and effort to exhaustively recording the statements and writings not only of those accused of being false mystics, but also of a seemingly endless line of witnesses, denouncers, and defenders of the accused.
Like many opponents of intervention, Rauschenbusch was fiercely criticized, and his denouncers were quick to label him pro-German.
Anti-Semitic incidents ranged from anti-Jewish graffiti found in Courbevoie on February 19, 1945--"down with the war, down with the denouncers, the firing squad for all Jews"--to the arrest in the Netherlands of stateless Jews upon their return from Bergen-Belsen (these were Jews who arrived in the Netherlands in the 1930s from the Third Reich and had been deported during the German occupation) (Lagrou 2000, 255-6).
The studies under review here tend to hold that the denouncers, as Reed sharply claims, "were so preoccupied with, and so vehement about, the boundaries between 'Judaism' and 'Christianity' precisely because these boundaries were still being constructed, negotiated, contested, and blurred" (202) into the fourth century and beyond.
Among the denouncers of images, one writer has framed things in a most instructive way, since his point of view is exactly the opposite of the author's.
It was on Thursday afternoon that they came - these denouncers of Saddam, these fighters for freedom who tour the city in their vans.
Even his enemies, the angry denouncers of his ideas about the origin of species, had to concede its technical merit.