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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

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give away information about somebody

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Bogoslovskii's remark is especially important in light of the fact that many denouncers in Peter's time, with no connection to one another and without any external pressure, often reported similar defamatory statements to the authorities.
Over the years, I have worked with many Arab Muslims and Christians who are true believers in the Almighty and just happen to have more progressive views in political and social issues than their reactionary denouncers.
If the prime minister continuously targets a specific social group, then informers and denouncers will certainly step in to join the slander campaign.
13) According to Roberta STUMPF, the term appears seven times in the texts of the accusation, the denouncers, the accused, and witnesses.
But the denouncers of reality double down on their hostility toward recognizing that the earth has a problem.
was implicated for causing sickness and sometimes death to people known or related to the denouncers.
The claim of the denouncers of scandalous fakery is that reality is being masked, and the purpose of denunciation is to reveal this reality through exposing fakery.
Soviet denouncers of "American fascism"--the dogma which remained in circulation until the early 1960s--attempted to establish ideological proximity between American politicians, businessmen, and opinion-makers, and Hitler and his clique.
After dispatching the deniers and the denouncers of the Diary to the anonymity they deserve, Ms.
Conservatives need to look back to William Cobbett, Thomas Carlyle, and John Ruskin, who were critics of authoritarian statism as well as denouncers of self-serving capitalism.
Borissov's choice of Dimitrov, "one of the most vocal denouncers of the Macedonian nation," Utrinski Vestnik said, as minister responsible for Bulgarians abroad, did little to show any intention to ease tension between the two countries.
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.
Arbitrary arrest, the guarantee of anonymity to denouncers and witnesses, immediate confiscation of property, secret proceedings, torture, and an oath among those eventually released to maintain silence on the pain of re-arrest were more than enough to instill fear among the two groups most at risk, the christaos novos and recently converted Hindus.
A third dithers briefly then joins the denouncers wondering aloud why men such as this insist on playing out their private lives in public.