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Human Rights Watch has denounced his regime as one of the most repressive in the world. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Others bear handwritten slogans that echo the public chants denouncing the regime. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Night after night they write postcards denouncing the evil regime and its lies. The Sun (2010)His manner changed so drastically towards her that she feared he was about to publicly denounce her. Blaikie's Guide to Modern Manners (2005)Forty businesses in the area also signed a letter denouncing the proposed opening. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Gossip is nearly always publicly denounced, but frequently socially valued. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He will not denounce the company publicly, but is hoping for other shareholders to rally to his cause. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The regime denounced the Western media. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Vineyard owners denounced yesterday as traitors French senators who dared to suggest that the country might be a better place if it drank less wine. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Although the latter was to survive less than a fortnight (he publicly denounced government nuclear defence policy) some reforms were quickly forthcoming. The Government and Politics of France (1989)
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British English: denounce VERB
If you denounce a person or an action, you criticize them severely and publicly because you feel strongly that they are wrong or evil.
The letter called for civil rights, but did not openly denounce the regime.
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