What is denounce?

Some articles on denounce:

Ian Paisley - Religious Career - Religious Views
... II delivered a speech to the European Parliament, Paisley shouted "I denounce you as the Antichrist!" and held up a red poster reading "Pope John Paul II ANTICHRIST" in black letters ... Paisley continued to denounce the Catholic Church and the Pope after the incident ... on Paisley's life, he expressed his pride at being "the only person to have the courage to denounce the Pope" ...
Friedrich Spee - Arguments
... Spee was particularly concerned about cases where a person was tortured and forced to denounce accomplices, who were then tortured and forced to denounce more accomplices, until everyone was ...
Council Of Conservative Citizens - History
... and nationalist views" and demanded that Lott formally denounce the organization ... Although Lott refused to denounce the organization he did state he had resigned his membership ... Subsequently, Nicholson, demanded Lott denounce his former segregationist views following a speech he gave at Senator Strom Thurmond's birthday dinner when he promoted the ...
David I. Walsh - Career in National Politics
... If you can denounce Republicanism, you can denounce Ku Kluxism ... If you can denounce Bolshevism, you can denounce Ku Kluxism." "If you can denounce Republicanism, you can denounce Ku Kluxism ... If you can denounce Bolshevism, you can denounce Ku Kluxism." David I ...
Pierce The Ploughman's Crede - Significant Contents
... groups of mendicants the Franciscans denounce the Carmelites the Carmelites denounce the Dominicans the Dominicans denounce the Augustines the Augustines complete this carousel of ...

More definitions of "denounce":

  • (verb): Speak out against.
    Example: "He denounced the Nazis"
  • (verb): Announce the termination of, as of treaties.

Famous quotes containing the word denounce:

    Who keeps the tavern and serves up the drinks? The peasant. Who squanders and drinks up money belonging to the peasant commune, the school, the church? The peasant. Who would steal from his neighbor, commit arson, and falsely denounce another for a bottle of vodka? The peasant.
    Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860–1904)