denunciatory

Part of speech: adjective

Denunciative.

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Usage examples "denunciatory":

  1. In a kind of involuntary soliloquy he kept muttering, as he rode on, long strings of phrases denunciatory of the host whose roof he had just quitted.
  2. Cranston raised the weight, expecting to find some more memoranda concerning his precious books, but was not entirely surprised to read, in glaring head- lines, " The Wage- Worker's Weapon," followed by some vehement lines denunciatory of capital, monopoly, " pampered palates in palatial homes, boodle- burdened, beer- bloated legislators," etc. - "A Tame Surrender, A Story of The Chicago Strike", Charles King.
  3. He was steadying himself on my shoulder with a strong grip, while his other arm, flung up rigidly, pointed a denunciatory finger at the immense tranquillity of the ocean. - "The Mirror of the Sea", Joseph Conrad.