denunciative


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Synonyms for denunciative

containing, relating to, or involving an accusation

Synonyms for denunciative

containing warning of punishment

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More generally, the tenor of De la misere symbolique ('symbolic misery/poverty')--the book in which the allegory is published--is--as the title indicates--quite pronounced or denunciative.
Casanova also posits Silvina as a symbolic representation of a patria that has been enslaved, insulted, and abused (77), pointing to the denunciative implications of the novel's premise.
The insults to which Hale refers have their source in ancient traditions of insulting, dating back to the rites of Demeter at Eleusis, and given voice by the "denunciative force" of the prophets in the Hebrew Bible:
Acker wants to retain a certain denunciative power of the literary imagination.