Meaning of denunciatory in English:

denunciatory

Pronunciation /dɪˈnʌnsɪət(ə)ri/

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adjective

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‘If I forgot anybody, send me a denunciatory e-mail.’
  • ‘This denunciatory zeal has not jeopardized historical vision - if anything, it has inspired some of the finest work of a generation.’
  • ‘European newspapers published denunciatory editorials by writers who had never set foot on any mountain, let alone the Matterhorn.’
  • ‘Despite official English policies that held tobacco to be harmful, and a denunciatory tract by James I, the plant became colonial Virginia's export staple, and tobacco use was widespread among the colonists.’
  • ‘‘Religion as mere sentiment,’ he wrote with denunciatory directness, ‘is to me a dream and a mockery.’’