delate

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delate

to bring a charge against; denounce; impeach.
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He sparked new life Into Scolarfs side, who would reach the final after Honaldo headed home in the 2-1 semi-final win over Holland, But there would be no fairytale, Greece defying the critics and a partisan crowd to claim the Henri Delations trophy.
Othello knows that such delays, "in a false disloyal knave/Are tricks of custom," but he feels that "in a man that's just,/They're close delations, working from the heart,/That passion cannot rule" (3.
From the beginning of 1947 until the end of 1956," Congar said, "I have known only an unbroken series of denunciations, warnings, restrictions, discriminatory measures and scornful delations.