The act or an instance of denouncing, especially a public condemnation or censure.(noun)
The act of accusing another of a crime before a public prosecutor.(noun)
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Use "denunciation" in a sentence
"But to dare to ask the question brought certain denunciation from the neo-conservative political power grid: Only a traitorous, subversive, unpatriotic, flag-burning, communist America-hater would question the virtue of a U.S. military venture."
"The term denunciation is also applied to matters connected with the Sacrament of Matrimony (see BANNS)."
"That mysterious chest, to which you tell me so terrible a denunciation is annexed, shall be preserved sacred as the relics of St.Fillan."