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denunciate

[dih-nuhn-see-eyt, -shee-] /dɪˈnʌn siˌeɪt, -ʃi-/
verb (used with or without object), denunciated, denunciating.
1.
to denounce; condemn openly.
Origin of denunciate
1585-1595
1585-95; < Latin dēnuntiātus (past participle of dēnuntiāre to declare). See denounce, -ate1
Related forms
denunciable, adjective
denunciator, noun
nondenunciating, adjective
undenunciated, adjective
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  • The style of the imprecatory psalms and the denunciating prophets is out of date.

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  • Public meetings were frequently held and denunciating resolutions adopted.

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British Dictionary definitions for denunciating

denunciate

/dɪˈnʌnsɪˌeɪt/
verb
1.
(transitive) to condemn; denounce
Derived Forms
denunciator, noun
denunciatory, adjective
Word Origin
C16: from Latin dēnuntiāre; see denounce
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Word Origin and History for denunciating

denunciate

v.

1590s, from Latin denunciatus, past participle of denuntiare (see denounce). The same word as denounce, but directly from Latin. Not widely used except in its noun form, denunciation.

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