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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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We need to denounce him in the most unequivocal terms.
Syria denounces the "outrageous" criminal act perpetrated by groups imbued with al-Qaeda's ideology and expresses support to the people and government of Nigeria, offering the deepest of condolences to the families of the victims, added the statement.
2006 (June): "Gay" activists denounce honourary degrees to be conferred by Toronto's Ryerson University on bio-ethicist Dr.
COALITION DENOUNCES FORD FOR 'TRADING GIFTS FOR SIGNATURES'
The company has firmly stated that it has not retained such a third party and denounces any investor sending out such spam in an attempt to possibly increase the value of their own personal investment.
And like Brezhnev-era Soviet commissars, Scarr eagerly denounces opposition to the Brave New World she envisions as a form of illness.
Rothschild is so determinedly outraged at any and all criticisms that he denounces them where none exist.
By the same token, the manifesto denounces the publicity bombardment and ensuing alienation of the consumer.
Speaking at a press briefing, Naciri said that the Moroccan government strongly denounces the irresponsible attitude of several Spanish media while covering the events which take place in Morocco.
Hezbollah denounces these crimes [that are targeting various areas] in both countries and calls on their citizens [to exercise] more patience, endurance and solidarity to foil the plots of their enemies and prevent them from sowing sectarian strife, chaos and destruction in our Islamic and Arab nations," the statement added.
The film denounces civilian ownership of firearms as "illegitimate" and insists that such "illicit" weapons "bring insecurity, pain, suffering and devastation.
The office "vigorously denounces this campaign, which, politically and ethically, should not have been fuelled, directly or indirectly, from inside the House of Representatives.