verb (used with object), de·cried, de·cry·ing.
Origin of decry
Synonyms for decry
Related Words for decryminimize, belittle, denounce, condemn, disgrace, undervalue, asperse, malign, slam, rap, vilify, traduce, reprehend, discredit, underestimate, depreciate, derogate, reprobate, hit, censure
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Contemporary Examples of decry
But their officers and shareholders do get hit up by the very same politicians who decry corporate involvement in politics.
So when Democrats decry money in politics are they really being serious, or are they just posturing?
A growing chorus of voices has joined together to decry this idea.The Rise and Fall of the Infamous SarcMark
September 24, 2013
Woodson went on to decry those “corrupt” black politicians who were responsible for this as “moral traitors.”Comedy of Errors at the Republicans’ March on Washington Celebration
August 27, 2013
The senator is just the latest public figure to decry student use of so-called study drugs without a formal diagnosis.Study Drugs Under Fire: Can Chuck Schumer Stop ‘Academic Doping’?
June 18, 2013
Historical Examples of decry
How often, prythee, have you been in these playhouses which you are so ready to decry?'Micah Clarke
Arthur Conan Doyle
Not that we wish to decry England; on the contrary, we would like to return there.Brighter Britain! (Volume 1 of 2)
William Delisle Hay
To glorify labor and decry wealth is to multiply absurdities.Folkways
William Graham Sumner
To decry is to cry down, in some noisy, public, or conspicuous manner.English Synonyms and Antonyms
James Champlin Fernald
I do and will defend them: it is the fashion to decry them now.Beauchamp's Career, Complete