denunciation (Meaning)

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denunciation (n)

a public act of denouncing

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denunciation (n.)

Proclamation; announcement; a publishing.

The act of denouncing; public menace or accusation; the act of inveighing against, stigmatizing, or publicly arraigning; arraignment.

That by which anything is denounced; threat of evil; public menace or accusation; arraignment.

denunciation Sentence Examples

  1. The denunciation of the dictator's regime echoed throughout the country.
  2. The public rally served as a platform for the denunciation of environmental degradation.
  3. International organizations issued a joint denunciation of the war atrocities committed.
  4. The denunciation of the corrupt politician sparked widespread outrage.
  5. The denunciation of discrimination and prejudice is a crucial step toward social justice.
  6. His passionate denunciation of inequality resonated with the audience.
  7. The denunciation of the fraudulent practices led to a thorough investigation.
  8. The denunciation of human rights abuses prompted diplomatic sanctions against the offending nation.
  9. The denunciation of the proposed law brought attention to its potential harm.
  10. The denunciation of hate speech emphasized the importance of fostering inclusivity and tolerance.

FAQs About the word denunciation

a public act of denouncingProclamation; announcement; a publishing., The act of denouncing; public menace or accusation; the act of inveighing against, stigmati

condemnation, reprimand, excoriation, criticism, reproof, reproach, rebuke, punishment, lecture,censure

endorsement, indorsement, praise, tribute, indorsement, tribute, endorsement, citation, commendation, praise

The denunciation of the dictator's regime echoed throughout the country.

The public rally served as a platform for the denunciation of environmental degradation.

International organizations issued a joint denunciation of the war atrocities committed.

The denunciation of the corrupt politician sparked widespread outrage.