decrial

decrial

[dih-krahy-uhl]
noun
the act of decrying; noisy censure.

Origin:
1705–15; decry + -al2

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decry (dɪˈkraɪ)
 
vb , -cries, -crying, -cried
1.  to express open disapproval of; disparage
2.  to depreciate by proclamation: to decry obsolete coinage
 
[C17: from Old French descrier, from des-dis-1 + crier to cry]
 
de'crial
 
n
 
de'crier
 
n

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