Example Of denounce

A planned telephone mast has been denounced as a monstrosity by people in Wootton Bassett.

An informer who denounces someone to the government to be killed, imprisoned, or even fined is likened to an assailant, since being arrested can be a dangerous and traumatic experience.

Another example was last year's ban on the celebrations of the 500 years of discovery, which was denounced as a fraud.

Any outside suggestion that reform was overdue was denounced as an assault on our sovereignty.

As government workers, they should have shunned the denouncement of the impeachment, which is a sort of intervention in politics, especially around the time of the approaching general elections.

As Osa dancers perform a stick dance meant to conjure up the spirits of their ancestors, organizers say the festive season is not a denouncement of Western Christian values.

Far from being the transport revolution expected, the service was denounced as a shambles, a farce and the last resort.

Gambling on cricket is nothing new, and as early as 1823 a match between Hampshire and England was denounced as a fix.

Great meetings are being held in which warm and angry words prevail by both favourers and denouncers of the measure, and petitions, pro and con, to both houses of parliament, are lying for signature in all parts of this town.

He has publicly denounced all the wrongs that were levelled on him.

He is brought to jail; she publicly denounces him; and the court sentences him to six months in prison.

He was denounced as a traitor, that is, by criminals.

I tread dangerous ground, for normal reaction would surely bring instant denouncement to this apparently absurd notion.

If he has not abused his authority and betrayed children, he is still guilty of not denouncing those who did.

Marisol perhaps needed to distance herself from the rumors and her verbal denouncement of the practice was a good place to start.

Masquerading his message as a typical tale of lovers spurned and yearned, he fashioned a vitriolic denouncement of his countrymen, people whom he saw as being more capable of lying or hiding than fighting.

Moreover, he sees himself in the tradition of an H. L. Mencken or George S. Schuyler as a satiric denouncer of all forms of cant, quackery, and nonsense.

Of course these photos are going to be denounced as fakes.

Of course, I would never think of publicly denouncing a guy just because I don't like the way he draws.

Often, when I have responded to some of this stuff, I've gotten an immediate, mortified apology - as though the denouncer didn't quite realize that he or she was engaged in something more than a symbolic exercise.

Oratory is praised as the literature of the people and denounced as the instrument of the demagogue.

So it is that jokes that might once have been accepted as bad-taste gags can now be denounced as intolerable racial insults.

Survivors were denounced as traitors and suffered severe discrimination.

The colonists were interested in neither of these projects and Grey was denounced as an out-of-touch theorist.

The culture of the establishment is denounced as oppressive.

The most recent action to evacuate was not taken in haste, he declares, and denounces those who say it was.

The records project an image of the denouncers - who, not surprisingly, tended to come from the same milieu as those on whom they informed - as drawn largely from groups at the lower end of the social scale.

The weather forecast was denounced as useless by the locals.

The writers say they were tortured and forced to publicly denounce their work.

The year 1642 was largely taken up with answering tracts written against him and a fellow Frenchman, Samuel Desmarets, by his denouncer at Utrecht, Voetius.

The zealots got the upper hand and science was denounced as heresy.

There were suggestions, denounced as ludicrous by a raft of academic luminaries, that her research did not make the grade.

Weir was arrested and confessed to sorcery; his sister Grizel was denounced as a witch.

What if the secret services denounced someone based upon information extracted under torture?

When money is denounced as the root of all evil, we should properly understand it not as banknotes but as bright, treacherous gold.