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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

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give away information about somebody

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Of course, before the war began, the council was denouncing the Bush administration's plan to rid Iraq and the world of Saddam.
It is devoted to denouncing progress - not just the discredited idea that history is inexorably moving toward some utopia, but the more modest concept of an open-ended, incrementally improving future.
When Mike Shields, president of local 222 of the Canadian Auto Workers, ostensibly a Catholic, barged into the Board's meeting denouncing the denial, chairwoman Mary Ann Martin had the police escort him out.
It was as if the administration had filed a brief denouncing abortion without asking the court to overturn Roe v.
In terms of laws to tackle terrorism, instead of activists denouncing any and all special legal powers granted courts and governments in this fight, how about acknowledging that organized terrorism does pose certain tricky legal questions and, from there, attempt to craft responses that, unlike those proposed by the right, don't result in the creation of legal black holes for terrorism suspects?
While denouncing law-abiding Americans, President Bush embraced the head of the Mexican government.
In discussing cunning-folks' moral status, Davies shows that while the elites fluctuated between denouncing them as frauds and denouncing them as Devilish, ordinary people continued to patronize them as long as they fulfilled their perceived needs, and only stopped when their services came to seem irrelevant.
A Christmas spoiler release by the RSPCA denouncing the living conditions of turkeys has been denounced by the British Poultry Council as "a very shoddy piece of work".
A resolution denouncing a war against Iraq, with the anti-Patriot Act amendment added, passed handily because most faculty felt "the law is an overreaction by Congress to the September 11 terrorist attacks.
The act of resistance means not only refusing to accept the absurdity of the world-picture offered us, but denouncing it.
Birmingham pastors responded to these entreaties by joining the American Committee for Non-Participation in Japanese Aggression and denouncing Japan as "an Oriental highwayman out for booty and plunder.
NEW YORK, March 22 /PRNewswire/ -- The Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations has condemned the stabbing of six Israeli high school youngsters by a Palestinian knife-wielder and criticized "Arab spokespersons who, instead of denouncing extremist violence in the strongest terms, condone and encourage it by their silence.
The poliario, backed by Algeria, prevents the Sahrawis from visiting Morocco to see their relatives," she said, denouncing the "forced detention of thousands of men and women in the camps".
Organizer Jesse Diaz, a doctoral candidate at University of California, Riverside, said Chavez rejected an early immigrants-rights movement, denouncing the bracero program that would have brought immigrant workers from Mexico to work the field for lower wages and without unionization.
Mouw had no right, they declared in an open letter, to speak for them or apologize for denouncing Mormon "false prophecies and false teachings.