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  • I denounce these proceedings!   (source)
    denounce = strongly criticize or accuse publicly
  • ...they're all either helping their fellow citizens or denouncing them and sending them off to prison.   (source)
    denouncing = informing against
  • ...published a scathing denunciation of the population limitation laws.   (source)
    denunciation = criticism
  • She doesn't say a word and I wonder if she's going to the post office to denounce me for sleeping in my grandmother's bed and wearing her black dress.   (source)
    denounce = strongly criticize or accuse publicly
  • One government worker in the Mexican state of Tabasco, who in 1999 denounced corruption by certain judicial police agents, was dead a few days later in a mysterious car accident.   (source)
    denounced = strongly criticized or accused publicly
  • ...his flat face wrinkled into a scowl as he denounces the nicotine junkies whose weakness rots the underpinnings of civil society.   (source)
    denounces = strongly criticizes
  • And he was more interested in denouncing the faults of the capitalist world than in cataloging the failures of socialism.   (source)
    denouncing = strongly criticizing
  • In trials that were roundly denounced by human rights groups, the nineteen were eventually given life sentences.   (source)
    denounced = strongly criticized
  • At one point Gustavo brought General Huerta to him at gunpoint and denounced him as a traitor but Francisco would not hear of it and reinstated him.   (source)
    denounced = accused publicly
  • The implication is that instead of denouncing sweatshops, we in the West should be encouraging manufacturing in poor countries, particularly in Africa and the Muslim world.   (source)
    denouncing = strongly criticizing
  • it was a time when news about who betrayed, who denounced, and who collaborated spread through nervous Prague   (source)
    denounced = informed against someone to the authorities
  • The leaflets denounced the United Nations vote,   (source)
    denounced = strongly criticized
  • When I entered first grade, I started to wave flags, denounce the politically fallen of the day, and shout, "Death to counterrevolutionaries!"   (source)
    denounce = strongly criticize
  • ...they denounced the American scene as corrupt and degenerate,   (source)
    denounced = strongly and publicly criticized
  • For good measure, she forbade Felicia to visit her best friend, Herminia, whose father everyone denounced as a witch doctor.   (source)
    denounced = strongly criticized or accused
  • But she couldn't denounce you without giving herself away and her sister, too.   (source)
    denounce = inform against someone; or publicly accuse someone of wrong
  • Mr. Rearden, the law which you are denouncing is based on the highest principle-the principle of the public good.   (source)
    denouncing = strongly criticizing or accusing publicly  OR  (more rarely) informing against someone
  • These factors, coupled with the increasing popularity and vocal denunciations of the new Whig party led by Henry Clay, were quickly eroding popular support.   (source)
    denunciations = criticisms or accusations
  • He denounces the violence but has Chillingsworth nearby to take the heat for letting things get out of hand.   (source)
    denounces = criticizes strongly
  • When I brushed him off, he threatened to denounce me to Adam Selene   (source)
    denounce = to strongly criticize
  • But I know that a dozen or half a hundred towns will rise up in injured wrath to denounce me with claims and figures for having much more dreadful weather than Fargo.   (source)
    denounce = strongly criticize
  • The prosecution's denouncing the defendant before the trial has even begun!   (source)
    denouncing = strongly criticizing or accusing publicly
  • Katharine would unquestionably have denounced him to the Thought Police if she had not happened to be too stupid to detect the unorthodoxy of his opinions.   (source)
    denounced = informed against him (turned him in)
  • And when he had finished, she burst into a torrent of prayer, of self-denunciation, and...   (source)
    denunciation = strong criticism
  • denounce his predecessor as a scoundrel ...   (source)
    denounce = accuse publicly
  • Go and suspect and exhort and intervene and denounce and butcher some other place and leave my staff alone.   (source)
    denounce = criticize or accuse publicly
  • Peace organizations and "Mothers'" groups from all over the country showered me with fiercely sympathetic letters denouncing Jews, Communists, New Dealers and international bankers, who had suppressed my novel to intimidate millions of true Americans who demanded an immediate negotiated peace.   (source)
    denouncing = strongly criticizing
  • Denounce him to the police?   (source)
    denounce = inform against someone (turn someone into the authorities)
  • She wrote to denounce me and...   (source)
    denounce = strongly criticize
  • While they denounced him, Miss Quested lay back with her hands on the arms of her chair and her eyes closed, reserving her strength.   (source)
    denounced = accused him publicly
  • She had been denounced three times before the Inquisition.   (source)
    denounced = accused of wrongdoing
  • Martin hastened to Terry, declaring that he would resign--would denounce-- would expose-- Yes!   (source)
    denounce = accuse publicly
  • She denounced the Marquis de St. Cyr and all his family to the awful tribunal of the Terror.   (source)
    denounced = accused publicly
  • Who denounced in unmeasured terms the exploiters of his own time:   (source)
    denounced = strongly criticized or accused publicly
  • At the end of it I sat ... denouncing the shortsighted timidity of the Martians.   (source)
    denouncing = criticizing
  • Why, he denounced it roundly, and the whole system of modern political finance.   (source)
    denounced = strongly criticized
  • He presently began a long and intricate denunciation of the commander of the forces.   (source)
    denunciation = strong criticism
  • Now, whether my uncle thought the crash to be the sound of my fall, or whether he heard in it God's voice denouncing murder, I will leave you to guess.   (source)
    denouncing = strongly criticizing
  • Instead of gaily denouncing ... me, they...   (source)
    denouncing = strongly criticizing or accusing publicly
  • Therefore there was but one course to pursue-- ... make himself known, and denounce the impostor.   (source)
    denounce = turn into the authorities
  • The colonel launched a volley of oaths, denouncing the railway company and the conductor;   (source)
    denouncing = strongly criticizing
  • the Jewish seers had denounced judgments and ruin on their country,   (source)
    denounced = strongly criticized
  • I confess that I expected to see my sister denounce him, and that I was disappointed by the different result.   (source)
    denounce = publicly criticize
  • I swear to denounce you everywhere as a murderer, as a thief of honor, as a base coward!   (source)
    denounce = accuse publicly
  • ... and denounced abuses,   (source)
    denounced = strongly criticized
  • What I got from Sheridan was a bold denunciation of slavery, and a powerful vindication of human rights.   (source)
    denunciation = strong criticism
  • ...which denounces our Separation,   (source)
    denounces = criticizes strongly
  • It meant Tyler was ready to denounce me, to say my father's words, that I was possessed, dangerous.†   (source)
  • Soon mullahs all over Pakistan were denouncing the book, calling for it to be banned, and angry demonstrations were held.†   (source)
  • I'd heard him denounce the button factory often enough as a trap, a quicksand, a jinx, an albatross, but that was when he'd been drinking.†   (source)
  • We arrived at the White House to find a group of masked demonstrators carrying signs denouncing the Shah and his government.†   (source)
  • The party tried in particular to impress on youth the need to stand together, to challenge the government, which was utterly failing to denounce Hitler and offer protection to all Slovaks.†   (source)
  • Most of the entries were his stream-of-consciousness observations on various classic videogames, science-fiction and fantasy novels, movies, comic books, and '80s pop culture, mixed with humorous diatribes denouncing everything from organized religion to diet soda.†   (source)
  • Mrs. Strong forthwith denounced the manager, the board, and the Oglethorpe Club as only she could do.†   (source)
  • What I looked for him to say was that he didn't believe anything Daddy had said, didn't believe the unspoken gist of his denunciation, either—that I was a worthless and unlovable person.†   (source)
  • The solution, the Rev. Dudley Wiggin proposed, was" to omit the fifth verse of "We Three Kings," but Owen denounced this as unorthodox.†   (source)
  • Yin Lan-lan had written, "As one of its victims, I denounce the revisionist educational system.†   (source)
  • She had heard her mother criticize the impulsive behavior of her younger sister Hermione, and lament the situation of the three children, and denounce her meek, evasive brother-in-law Cecil who had fled to the safety of All Souls College, Oxford.†   (source)
  • I denounce him, and attaint him, and strip him of all rank and titles, of all lands and incomes and holdings, and do sentence him to death.†   (source)
  • Having denounced her mother, Flora now turned her attention to William Spiver and his betrayal.†   (source)
  • The sex, then, like the narrative, is a kind of linguisticphilosophical game that ensnares us and implicates us in the crimes we would officially denounce.†   (source)
  • Mae's head echoed with self-denunciations.†   (source)
  • Eulogies of German leaders, denunciations of traitors and saboteurs, appeals for the unity of the "Nordic peoples."†   (source)
  • When I arrived, people carried signs denouncing the war, including a few which said "Chicano Power."†   (source)
  • Collette was always in the streets, shouting, denouncing cruelty to animals, racism, slavery, French nuclear testing in the Pacific.†   (source)
  • He was studying Hindu scriptures, in order to be able to denounce them intelligently.†   (source)
  • Partly because the church went into upheaval and denounced the Order Amyr who were a large part of the strength of Atur.†   (source)
  • Were I to find one of our people attempting thus to sabotage any other weapon in our arsenal, I should not hesitate to denounce and destroy him.†   (source)
  • Hester Deale, who according to town lore denounced Giles Dent as a witch on the night of July seventh, sixteen fifty-two.†   (source)
  • Watching an arbitrator publicly denounce Sloan's offenses and then hang him would be no easy thing for her or, by extension, Roran.†   (source)
  • The PAC played the role of saboteur and released thousands of flyers telling people to oppose the stay-at-home, and denouncing the ANC leaders as cowards.†   (source)
  • For a wild moment she had an impulse to denounce Buckheath and her stepfather.†   (source)
  • In that telegram which was never made public, he denounced the first violation of the Treaty of Neerlandia and threatened to proclaim war to the death if the assignment of pensions was not resolved within two weeks.†   (source)
  • A rumor that he was going to "denounce one of the horses" during a Fireside Chat made the rounds, but he kept his allegiances secret.†   (source)
  • That same day we had our first politics class too, and I was surprised to find that the campaign to denounce Lin Biao was still in full swing.†   (source)
  • You denounce it.†   (source)
  • The President appeared on television almost every night to denounce the ruthless war being waged by the opposition.†   (source)
  • Newspapers inveighed against Milo with glaring headlines, and Congressmen denounced the atrocity in stentorian wrath and clamored for punishment.†   (source)
  • In these most desperate circumstances, she continued to denounce and complain, even over the most unimportant things.†   (source)
  • I feel as though any minute now, someone's going to walk in, ask me an impossible question about South African bond yields, and then denounce me as a fraud.†   (source)
  • The second CO, Whitaker, was a Catholic who liked to include, on my dinner tray, handwritten scripture verses that denounced homosexuality.†   (source)
  • Either Eva or Sara will show them to the new filings, where they will gawk at the thin, handwritten will, one that specifically revoked and denounced the thick one they so cherished, and the war will begin.†   (source)
  • Let this be a lesson to all who would defy the Great Romance by denouncing those whom Ely on himself has put over this land.†   (source)
  • America was in open revolt, he declared, and he denounced as traitors those who, by "gross misrepresentation," labored to inflame his people in America.†   (source)
  • Even as our pastor then, the old Puritan Stanley, denounced the litanies of the saints and the idolatrous prayers of the Papists for Mary, I clung to the words he decried.†   (source)
  • Truman was roundly denounced in 1947 for adding the balcony, which was seen as a desecration of the White House's exterior architecture.†   (source)
  • Former president John Quincy Adams denounced it as "a most unjust war."†   (source)
  • Why denounce the war when the interest at stake is so vital?†   (source)
  • These two clauses have been vehemently denounced.†   (source)
  • The grand mullah of Mecca had given a speech denouncing the nanovaccines and stating that they were made from the entrails of pigs.†   (source)
  • He proceeded to denounce his race venomously.†   (source)
  • Sophie burst into tears, although it had nothing to do with his denunciations.†   (source)
  • As a girl of sixteen she denounced it while arguing the case for women's suffrage in her 1913 high scl,00l debate.†   (source)
  • I was not expecting this vehement denunciation of my colleague, nor did I know exactly how to change the subject tactfully.†   (source)
  • I abhor violence, and I denounce people who advocate it.†   (source)
  • Zakhar Gorazdykh was also there, an even more sinister personality who was mixed up in the affair of the vodka brewing but was not being prosecuted just now because he had denounced the chief offenders.†   (source)
  • BOTARD: One should never miss an occasion to denounce it.†   (source)
  • I think of our others in their three-, four-year-oldness—the explosions, the tempers, the denunciations, the demands —and I feel suddenly ill.†   (source)
  • But it was not until 1807 that the split between party and Senator became irreparable, and Adams was denounced by the great majority of his constituents, as well as the party chiefs.†   (source)
  • Its ten torn acres were to be maintained in perpetuity as a stinging denunciation of the insanity that produced the final war.†   (source)
  • Luther vigorously denounced the sale of indulgences.
  • They set out to improve the image of Islam in America by denouncing hatred and emphasizing the faith's common values with other Western creeds.
  • Although Thomas Jefferson denounced inequality, he continued to hold slaves.
  • Napoleon had denounced such ideas as contrary to the spirit of Animalism.   (source)
    denounced = strongly criticized
  • There is a crime here that goes beyond denunciation.   (source)
    denunciation = (beyond the requirement of) strong public criticism
  • I picked the one architect you spent all your time denouncing when you were on the Banner.   (source)
    denouncing = strongly criticizing
  • Don't denounce me. You know we like each other.   (source)
    denounce = strongly criticize
  • Papa Dalton ... denounced her Communist friend.   (source)
    denounced = strongly criticized
  • She was terrific in denunciation of the girl's wickedness.   (source)
    denunciation = strong criticism or public accusation
  • Rowena scathingly denounced her betrothed for getting drunk,   (source)
    denounced = strongly criticized
  • I denounce them to Heaven and to earth.   (source)
    denounce = to strongly criticize or accuse publicly
  • ...I strangely felt something superstitious knocking at my heart, and forbidding me to carry out my purpose, and denouncing me for a villain if I dared to breathe one bitter word against this forlornest of mankind.   (source)
    denouncing = strongly criticizing or accusing
  • I denounced you to the official.   (source)
    denounced = informed against (accused)
  • "I can't Arthur," returned Flora, "be denounced as heartless by the whole society of China without setting myself right when I have the opportunity of doing so, ..."   (source)
    denounced = strongly criticized or accused publicly
  • The O.C. Bible was denounced as a work produced by "the hubris of reason."†   (source)
  • Fazlullah hated the Bollywood movies we so loved, which he denounced as un-Islamic.†   (source)
  • The Vatican denounced the brotherhood as Shaitan.†   (source)
  • She denounced all her teachers and her mama for never having told her how to deliver a baby.†   (source)
  • The priests denounced him, the lords rose against him, and his own captains hacked him into pieces.†   (source)
  • I was prepared to face opposition, even ridicule, denunciation.†   (source)
  • They didn't really care when they denounced the Metal-and they don't care now.†   (source)
  • For these beliefs I was denounced, arrested.†   (source)
  • Why, in Spain, such denunciations would be handled immediately.†   (source)
  • It denounced all of us, including Rachel herself, and even Petra.†   (source)
  • Mukhtar denounced the Pakistani government for doing so and refused to be intimidated.†   (source)
  • We distributed black-bordered leaflets, denouncing the police commissioner.†   (source)
  • Midas Mulligan had once been the richest and, consequently, the most denounced man in the country.†   (source)
  • Ugly crowds, stones and denunciation as a traitor met him throughout the state.†   (source)
  • He denounced Cal's godlessness, demanded his reformation.†   (source)
  • The Nebraska press joined in the denunciation of its junior Senator.†   (source)
  • Another woman in her place would have crumpled up the picture, cried, denounced him as a criminal, told him he understood nothing about her life, made a general scene.†   (source)
  • It cited the "patent inconsistency" of Corporal Anderson's two statements about the bullet hole and denounced Lawton's attempt to cover it up.†   (source)
  • Indeed, one of the books found in the bus with his remains was a collection of stories that included Tolstoy's "The Kreutzer Sonata," in which the nobleman-turned-ascetic denounces "the demands of the flesh."†   (source)
  • Hadn't I hated him a little recently, for talking to Caroline behind my back, for failing to defend me when Daddy denounced us, for never bothering to tell me that he didn't agree with what Daddy said, and even just now, for undermining my trust in Rose?†   (source)
  • It gave me such a funny feeling, as if I'd denounced them to the authorities and was now spying on their misfortune.†   (source)
  • I've been yelled at by generals and denounced by people who don't have any data when I have a shitload.†   (source)
  • What people remember isn't the book itself, so much as the furor: ministers in church denounced it as obscene, not only here; the public library was forced to remove it from the shelves, the one bookstore in town refused to stock it.†   (source)
  • They denounced him for his "Parliamentary Cretinism" and accused him of "providing relief to the people and thereby blunting the People's Consciousness and diverting them from the Revolution."†   (source)
  • The Vatican called CERN from time to time as a "courtesy" before issuing scathing statements condemning CERN's research-most recently for CERN's breakthroughs in nanotechnology, a field the church denounced because of its implications for genetic engineering.†   (source)
  • According to the Christians, the Jews are blabbing their secrets to the Germans, denouncing their helpers and causing them to suffer the dreadful fate and punishments that have already been meted out to so many.†   (source)
  • Adler went to Washington to accept the award, and upon his return his fellow citizens rallied around him in customary fashion: They congratulated him for winning yet another great honor, and as soon as his back was turned, they bitterly denounced him for once again hogging sole credit for a job done by many.†   (source)
  • Fazlullah denounced Pakistani government officials as "infidels" and said they were opposed to bringing in sharia law.†   (source)
  • But the warning wasn't entirely plain, and the captain got a little riled up at Farmer's denunciation of the School of the Americas.†   (source)
  • Our history textbooks were rewritten to describe Pakistan as a "fortress of Islam," which made it seem as if we had existed far longer than since 1947, and denounced Hindus and Jews.†   (source)
  • …minions had murdered Chouchou, had been trained at Fort Benning's School of the Americas; that some of the junta's henchmen and officers in the Haitian army also worked for the cia; that while formally deploring the coup, Washington, with the help of a generally compliant mainstream American press, was busily denouncing Aristide, even manufacturing lies about him, and maintaining a leaky embargo that seemed calculated to preserve appearances but not to drive the junta out of power.†   (source)
  • Murtagh, however, has denounced his father's deeds and fled Galbatorix's patronage to seek his own destiny.†   (source)
  • When she had proven immune to Rialla's insidious whisperings—and indeed finally denounced the woman for being a coward and a traitor—the figment was taken from her chamber, and Galbatorix moved on to another ploy.†   (source)
  • The critics denounced the government's virtual ban on discussions of ethnicity that diverged from the official line -- a ploy, they said, to cover up systematic discrimination against Hutus, which was bound to lead to more violence someday.†   (source)
  • Civil War Times, which originally published his findings about the cipher messages, later denounced him.†   (source)
  • Thirty-seven minutes before first China Coast impact Great China denounced actions of F.N., recognized us, offered to negotiate—and I sprained a finger punching abort buttons.†   (source)
  • The same Whig leaders in Parliament spoke out as they had before, ardently denouncing the "wicked war."†   (source)
  • Some of the refugees would sit around angrily denouncing the "cockroaches," and one or another of the Rwandan militiamen would say, "Someday things will be fine.†   (source)
  • He was a genial, magnanimous lead navigator who could always forgive the other man in the squadron for denouncing him furiously each time he got lost on a combat mission and led them over concentrations of antiaircraft fire.†   (source)
  • It was a terse denunciation of superstition, railing against the unreformed Papistry lingering within our hearts.†   (source)
  • Previously, Deng Xiaoping had been denounced for his slogan about the cat: but now this idea came back in full force.†   (source)
  • And suddenly Tomas recalled the portly policeman handing him the denunciation of none other than this tall editor with the big chin.†   (source)
  • Like General Walker, Richard Nixon has been making a political name for himself by denouncing Communists.†   (source)
  • In the fifth act came the famous denunciation of his master by the valet, Figaro, that invariably brought an outburst of approval from the audience.†   (source)
  • As a Democrat he denounced the Emancipation Proclamation, writing to his wife in January, 1863: "I am sick of the war….†   (source)
  • You denounced me.†   (source)
  • But still we read the editorial comments—the Cultural Revolutionary ideas and themes, pages upon pages of domestic news, unbelievable human achievement stories that denounced the old filthy ideas of the rightists and antirevolutionaries.†   (source)
  • In the 1700s, a few Quakers vigorously denounced slavery, but they were dismissed as crackpots and had no influence.†   (source)
  • So our first message to Terra, at 0200 13 Oct 76 seven hours after they invaded, not only announced destruction of their task force, and denounced invasion for brutality, but also promised retaliation bombing, named times and places, and gave each nation a deadline by which to denounce F.N.'s action, recognize us, and thereby avoid being bombed.†   (source)
  • It contained words of love for the Soviet Union, vows of fidelity to the Communist Party; it condemned the intelligentsia, which wanted to push the country into civil war; and, above all, it denounced the editors of the writers' weekly (with special emphasis on the tall, stooped editor; Tomas had never met him, though he knew his name and had seen pictures of him), who had consciously distorted his article and used it for their own devices, turning it into a call for counterrevolution:…†   (source)
  • By Saturday afternoon, the Cuban ambassador to the United Nations was addressing the General Assembly, denouncing the United States for its attack—in response to which Adlai Stevenson, the U.S. ambassador to the UN, repeated JFK's promise that no American forces would ever wage war in Cuba.†   (source)
  • A Virginia cavalry officer and planter who learned that his slaves had run off to Union lines angrily denounced the Yankees as "a nation of thieves and robbers….†   (source)
  • The Evening Post, the most partisan in its denunciations, called the war "unnatural, unconstitutional, unnecessary, unjust, dangerous, hazardous, and unprofitable."†   (source)
  • A week or so after denouncing the tyranny of men, Abigail wrote to say that in her loneliness and with so much riding on her shoulders, she scarcely knew which way to turn.†   (source)
  • I sent out members to mingle with crowds and try to discourage any further violence and sent an open letter to all the press denouncing them for "distorting" and inflating minor incidents.†   (source)
  • He had confirmed that he was committing land and sea forces—as well as unnamed foreign mercenaries—sufficient to put an end to that rebellion, and he had denounced the leaders of the uprising for having American independence as their true objective, something those leaders themselves had not as yet openly declared.†   (source)
  • I had blown up and acted personally instead of denouncing the significance of the dolls, him, the obscene idea, and seizing the opportunity to educate the crowd.†   (source)
  • Peace Democrats zeroed in on the Emancipation Proclamation in their denunciations of Lincoln's unconstitutional war and their demands for a negotiated peace.†   (source)
  • Jefferson, who made it a "rule of life" not to respond to newspaper attacks, neither denounced Callender nor denied or admitted a connection with Sally Hemings.†   (source)
  • The fury of denunciations which the holders of public voices unleashed against him was greater than their concern over the horror at the river.†   (source)
  • As we were driving through the Somaliland capital of Hargeisa, she pointed suddenly to a banner across the road that denounced cutting.†   (source)
  • After all, the apostle Paul wanted women to keep silent in church, and the early Christian leader Tertullian denounced women as "the gateway of the devil.†   (source)
  • The room filled with the uproar of laughter until, no doubt, distracted by having to gulp down my blood, I made a mistake and yelled a phrase I had often seen denounced in newspaper editorials, heard debated in private.†   (source)
  • Whenever a man denounces the mind, it is because his goal is of a nature the mind would not permit him to confess.†   (source)
  • On February 27, word arrived that Parliament, in December, had prohibited all trade with the colonies and denounced as traitors all Americans who did not make an unconditional submission.†   (source)
  • All your life, you have heard yourself denounced, not for your faults, but for your greatest virtues.†   (source)
  • Indeed, the international denunciations of FGM prompted a defensive backlash in some countries, leading tribal groups to rally around cutting as a tradition under attack by outsiders.†   (source)
  • Outraged by Dickinson's insistence on petitions to the King as essential to restoring peace, even after Lexington, Concord, and Bunker Hill, Adams had strongly denounced any such step.†   (source)
  • Had it been Adams paying such tribute to English foundations and traditions, the uproar would have been immediate; he would have been denounced still again as "tainted" by his years in London and love for all things British.†   (source)
  • But Mukhtar's mother and father kept watch over her and prevented that option; then a local Muslim leader--one of the heroes in this story--spoke up for her at Friday prayers and denounced the rape as an outrage against Islam.†   (source)
  • Yet these were the words for which Americans were denounced by the rotted cultures of the looters' continents.†   (source)
  • People around the country were exasperated by the social conservatives' campaigns against reproductive health--the defunding of UNFPA, the denunciations of condoms and comprehensive sex education, the attempts to cut off support for family planning by aid groups like Marie Stopes International--and they were eager to do something concrete to help.†   (source)
  • John Quincy had lately distinguished himself with a series of newspaper essays denouncing Citizen Genet and seemed well launched as an attorney in Boston, if still unresolved about aspiring to a public career.†   (source)
  • You have heard him denounced in the past as a reactionary who opposed every step, measure, slogan and premise of the present system.†   (source)
  • When Massachusetts Federalists denounced John Quincy as no longer one of the party, Adams wrote to him to say he wished they would denounce him the same way, for he had long since "abdicated and disclaimed the name and character and attributes of that sect, as it now appears."†   (source)
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