When we do hear from Zawahiri, he will urge the revolution to move to the extremes and denounce moderation.
Did he denounce the involvement of organized crime in the abduction and disappearance of 43 students in the nearby city of Iguala?
Here's something else the Likud and its leader, Benjamin Netanyahu, won't do: denounce its own one-staters.
Mathematicians all over the world will denounce this outrageous claim, so before facing math excommunication, let me qualify.
After the original tape of Sterling was made public, he was one of the first owners to denounce him and demand his ouster.
Some day the past would confront and denounce her, perhaps; but for the moment she was enfranchised anew of human society.
To denounce this is dignified, but it is also easy and most often correspondingly useless.
She was tended by a traitor whom she hated, yet she was unable to denounce her, to rid herself of her daily, hourly presence.
It would be impossible for me to denounce you for what I fear you are.
He did denounce the Pharisaic shams, the hollow hypocrisies, which had eaten away the nation's heart and strength.
early 14c., "announce," from Old French denoncier (12c., Modern French dénoncer), from Latin denuntiare "to announce, proclaim; denounce, menace; command, order," from de- "down" + nuntiare "proclaim, announce," from nuntius "messenger" (see nuncio). Negative sense in English via meaning "to declare or proclaim" something as cursed, excommunicated, forgiven, removed from office. Related: Denounced; denouncing.