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Word: denounce

Definition: condemn; criticize; N. denunciation


Sentences Containing 'denounce'

He had since seen her, in the Section of Saint Antoine, over and over again produce her knitted registers, and denounce people whose lives the guillotine then surely swallowed up.
I may denounce you if I think proper, and I can swear my way through stone walls, and so can others.
Who and where is the false conspirator who says that I denounce the husband of my child!''
And them and their descendants, to the last of their race, I, Alexandre Manette, unhappy prisoner, do this last night of the year1767, in my unbearable agony, denounce to the times when all these things shall be answered for.
``He is merely my father,''said Albert``M. Fernand Mondego, Count of Morcerf, an old soldier who has fought in twenty battles and whose honorable scars they would denounce as badges of disgrace.''
To you, as the king's attorney, I denounce Mademoiselle de Villefort, do your duty.''
``Oh, send for some one to whom I can denounce the wretch!''
``Valentine, would you rather denounce your stepmother?''
Mr. Procureur,''said Morrel with increasing vehemence,``no mercy is allowed; I denounce the crime; it is your place to seek the assassin.''
``Think of it, madame,''he said;``if, on my return, justice his not been satisfied, I will denounce you with my own mouth, and arrest you with my own hands!''
But though to me and my comrades it had seemed a better plan to send to Majorca for the vessel, as the Moorish lady suggested, we did not dare to oppose him, fearing that if we did not do as he said he would denounce us, and place us in danger of losing all our lives if he were to disclose our dealings with Zoraida, for whose life we would have all given our own.
'"In appearing before you to denounce probably the most consummate Villain that has ever existed,"' Mr. Micawber, without looking off the letter, pointed the ruler, like a ghostly truncheon, at Uriah Heep, '"I ask no consideration for myself.

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