Third-person singular simple present indicative form of denounce.(verb)
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Use "denounces" in a sentence
"If Mccain denounces this pastor, there is no difference between Obama and Mccain."
"That’s from the Democratic Party’s 1864 election platform, and the Presidential tyrant it denounces is not George W. Bush, but Abraham Lincoln."
"I am convinced he is trying to stop the doctrinal talks because he and the whole liberal contingent are frightened to death that the result of the talks will be an official papal document that in no uncertain terms denounces and condemns some of their most precious beliefs and practices."