- I(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)n. accusation; disapprobation, censure, condemnation, arraignment; male-diction, imprecation, diatribe, anathema; threat.II(Roget's IV) n.III(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus) n.condemnation, censure, criticism, fulmination, disapproval, castigation, indictment, vilification, reprobration, harangue.ANT.: praise, compliment, advocationIV(Roget's Thesaurus II) noun 1. A comment expressing fault: blame, censure, condemnation, criticism, reprehension, reprobation. Informal: pan. Slang: knock. See PRAISE. 2. A charging of someone with a misdeed: accusation, charge, denouncement, imputation, incrimination. Law: indictment. See ATTACK, LAW, PRAISE.
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Denunciation — • Making known the crime of another to one who is his superior Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Denunciation Denunciation … Catholic encyclopedia
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denunciation — I noun accusal, accusatio, accusation, anathema, aspersion, backbiting, blame, calumny, carping, castigation, censure, charge, chiding, commination, complaint, condemnation, contumely, coup de bee, criticism, damnation, decrial, defamation,… … Law dictionary
denunciation — early 15c., act of declaring or stating something, from L. denuntiationem (nom. denuntiatio), from pp. stem of denuntiare (see DENOUNCE (Cf. denounce)). Meaning a charge is mid 15c … Etymology dictionary
denunciation — [n] condemnation, criticism accusation, arraignment, blame, castigation, censure, charge, cursing, damning, denouncement, derogation, dressing down*, fulmination, incrimination, indictment, invective, knock*, obloquy, rap*, reprehension,… … New thesaurus
denunciation — ► NOUN ▪ the action of denouncing. DERIVATIVES denunciatory adjective … English terms dictionary
denunciation — [dē nun΄sē ā′shən, dinun΄sē ā′shən] n. [ME denunciacioun < L denuntiatio < denuntiatus, pp. of denuntiare, to announce, denounce < de , intens. + nuntiare, ANNOUNCE] the act of denouncing denunciatory [di nun΄sə tôr΄ē] adj. denunciative… … English World dictionary
denunciation — [[t]dɪnʌ̱nsie͟ɪʃ(ə)n[/t]] denunciations 1) N VAR: oft N of n Denunciation of someone or something is severe public criticism of them. On September 24, he wrote a stinging denunciation of his critics... He has been scathing in his denunciation of… … English dictionary
denunciation — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ angry, bitter, fierce (esp. BrE), strong ▪ public ▪ ritual VERB + DENUNCIATION ▪ … Collocations dictionary