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denounce
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The Fountainhead
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  • I picked the one architect you spent all your time denouncing when you were on the Banner.
  • He denounced the deplorable state of American architecture and the unprincipled eclecticism of its practitioners.
  • You’ll be denounced as a grafter.
  • The A.G.A. issued a dignified statement denouncing the Stoddard Temple as a spiritual and artistic fraud.
  • They denounced Wall Street and they denounced socialism and they hollered for clean movies, all with the same gusto.
  • Once, in a basement beer joint, he heard a truck driver denouncing Gail Wynand as the worst exponent of capitalistic evils, in a language of colorful accuracy.
  • They denounced Wall Street and they denounced socialism and they hollered for clean movies, all with the same gusto.
  • Those who denounced him too persistently were run out of their professions: some in a few weeks, others many years later.
  • Standing at a tall desk, a big blue pencil in his hand, he wrote on a huge sheet of plain print stock, in letters an inch high, a brilliant, ruthless editorial denouncing all advocates of careers for women.
  • You have always denounced the hypocrisy of the upper caste and preached the virtue of the masses.
  • Every great new invention was denounced.
  • In the course of his career he had been fought, damned, denounced by the greatest publishers of his time, by the shrewdest coalitions of financial power.

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  • She denounced him as a liar.
  • Angry Iraqis denounced terrorist attacks as harmful to progress for the Iraqi people.

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