The activists recanted their denunciation of Kashua on its website, but Kashua said few Palestinian papers printed a correction.
Because if you look at that speech again, the inevitable thing was—the demanded thing was—denunciation.
These responses may anger those who feel the only proper response in this situation is the denunciation of Dorner.
Speaking at the Hay Festival, Franzen launched into a denunciation of electronic books.
Homage to soccer, celebration of its lights, denunciation of its shadows.
The priests and the people who heard this denunciation were greatly exasperated.
There was accusation, denunciation, abhorrence in the cashier's gaze.
The very virulence of their denunciation was as quicksilver poured upon the glass of their envy.
The denunciation you made in prison is true in substance and in fact.
Awakening a few hours later he found his wife still pouring forth a regular cascade of denunciation.
early 15c., "act of declaring or stating something," from Latin denuntiationem (nominative denuntiatio), noun of action from past participle stem of denuntiare (see denounce). Meaning "a charge" is mid-15c.