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denounce

(Condemn), verb anathematize, asperse, assail, assail with censure, assault, attack, be censorious, belittle, berate, besmear, besmirch, blackball, blacken, blacklist, brand, bring into discredit, bring to account, call to account, calumniate, cast a slur upon, cast assersions, cast reflection upon, cast reproach upon, cavil, censure, challenge, chastise, chide, cite, comminate, condemn openly, contemn, criminate, criticize, criticize severely, cry down, cry out against, declaim against, decry, defame, deflate, degrade, denigrate, denunciate, deprecate, depreciate, derogate, destroy, detract, disapprove, discommend, discountenance, discredit, dishonor, disparage, dispraise, disvalue, dress down, excite disapprooation, exclaim against, excoriate, execrate, find fault with, frown upon, fulminate against, gibbet, impugn, inculpate, inveigh, lash, malign, ostracize, pass censure on, pillory, protest against, publicly accuse, put in a bad light, rebuke, recriminate, reflect upon, remonstrate, reprehend, reproach, reprobate, revile, scold, slur, smear, speak ill of, stigmatize, take exception to, take to task, traduce, vilify, vilipend, vituperate

denounce

(Inform against), verb accuse, arraign, bear witness against, blame, bring accusation, bring charges, charge, complain against, divulge, hold accountable, hold responsible, impeach, implicate, impute, incriminate, incur blame, indict, inform, inform on, involve, lay blame upon, lay charges against, lodge a complaint, make charges against, make formal accusation against, name, point at, publicly accuse, report against, turn informer
See also: accuse, arraign, betray, blame, cavil, censure, challenge, charge, cite, complain, condemn, contemn, convict, criticize, decry, defame, demonstrate, denigrate, deprecate, depreciate, disapprove, discommend, dishonor, disoblige, except, expose, fault, impeach, implicate, impugn, incriminate, inform, inveigh, involve, libel, malign, object, oppugn, pillory, protest, rebel, reprehend, reprimand, reproach, smear, sully
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We unequivocally denounce these emails in every aspect and strongly discourage investors from using these bogus emails as part of their investment strategies.
They denounce the conversion of companies into fortresses that are hermetically separated from the client and consumer and staffed by apathetic employees.
AaAa "Following the flagrant aggressions perpetrated against the territory of the brotherly Saudi Arabia by Houthi rebels, from Yemeni borders, the Kingdom of Morocco denounces in the strongest terms these violations against the sovereignty, security, stability and territorial integrity of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia," Morocco's Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Saturday.
The Vision of the Anointed moves from the War on Poverty, the Warren Supreme Court, and other elements of 1960s liberalism to the political correctness of recent years that insists upon gender-neutral language and denounces Mercator-projection maps as culturally biased.
The press union denounces this repressive attitude, and calls on international press freedom organizations to pressure Spanish authorities into recognizing the right of Moroccan journalists to fulfilling their professional mission in both occupied cities.
Syrian Community in India Denounces the AL Resolution against Syria
I think that our Holy Father denounces these acts of evil in Iraq with complete understanding of the situation, and I applaud him for this as I do for all of his other teachings.
Summary: Khamenei denounces air strikes by Saudi-led coalition against Shiite rebels in Yemen as 'criminal acts.
The statement added that while the Kingdom commends the measures taken by the HCR on the basis of a new proposal, that was accepted by all the parties, by setting up a new list to break the deadlock for which only Polisario bears responsibility, the Moroccan authorities strongly denounce this about-turn, added to repeated acts of this politicization of confidence-building measures by the other parties since the launch of the operation back in 2004.