denunciating


denunciating
v. denounce, condemn, decry

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • denunciate — /dəˈnʌnsieɪt/ (say duh nunseeayt) verb (t) (denunciated, denunciating) to denounce; condemn openly. {Latin dēnuntiātus, past participle} –denunciator, noun –denunciatory, Rare, adjective …   Australian English dictionary


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