He wanted to denounce them but (standing in the snow, peering round the dark corner) he did not dare.
Some one had told him, when he was twenty-two, that all cesspools were unhealthy, and he still denounced them.
The venerable Minnemagantic realtor, Major Carlton Tuke, read a paper in which he denounced cooperative stores.
He presided at meetings for the denunciation of unions or the elevation of domestic service, and confided to the audiences that as a poor boy he had carried newspapers.
As in church he dared not move during the sermon so now he felt that he must seem attentive, though her screeching denunciations flew past him like carrion birds.
When Babbitt came home, everybody had Troubles: his wife was simultaneously thinking about discharging the impudent new maid, and worried lest the maid leave; and Tinka desired to denounce her teacher.
As a result he had been given an excellent job in a commission-house, and he was making a salary on which he could marry, and denouncing irresponsible reporters who wrote stories criticizing commission-houses without knowing what they were talking about.
One evening when Tanis was at the theater, Babbitt found himself being lively with the Doppelbraus, pledging friendship with men whom he had for years privily denounced to Mrs. Babbitt as a "rotten bunch of tin-horns that I wouldn’t go out with, rot if they were the last people on earth."
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She denounced him as a liar.
Angry Iraqis denounced terrorist attacks as harmful to progress for the Iraqi people.