Harangue Definition & Synonyms from 601 Words

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Harangue definition and synonyms together with antonyms and illustrations from the book, 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam used in authentic context. Improve your listening and reading comprehension with the word, harangue. /həˈræŋ/ (noun & verb) Harangue definition Verb: to speak to someone angrily and forcefully, lecture, berate, scold, criticize, condemn,

Censure Meaning & Definition from 601 Words

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Censure meaning and definition together with illustrations and antonyms from the book, 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam. Learn the meaning of ‘censure’ in authentic context and improve your advanced vocabulary in authentic context. /ˈsen.ʃəʳ/ (noun & verb) Censure meaning Noun: strong disapproval and criticism, obloquy, reprimand, admonishment Verb: to criticize

Denounce 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 7

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Denounce 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 7 with antonyms, synonyms, parts of speech and in authentic text for GRE, TOEFL & IELTS candidates /dɪˈnaʊnts/ (verb) to criticize someone or something vehemently, censure, deplore, deprecate, condemn, vilify, decry, revile, rail against, malign, reject – to accuse someone publicly, expose, inculpate, point the finger at, betray, blame

Excoriate 1100 Words You Need Week 44 Day 3

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Excoriate 1100 Words You Need Week 44 Day 3 Excoriate 1100 Words You Need Week 44 Day 3 /ekˈskɔː.ri.eɪt/ (verb) to criticize a play, book or political action openly and vehemently, flay, attack, denounce, berate, rebuke, condemn, castigate, censure, damage or remove part of the surface or the skin, abrade, rub away, scrape, strip away,

Deprecate 1100 Words You Need Week 44 Day 2

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Deprecate 1100 Words You Need Week 44 Day 2 Deprecate 1100 Words You Need Week 44 Day 2 /ˈdep.rɪ.keɪt/ (verb) to say or show that something is of little importance or value, express disapproval of, deplore, abhor, frown upon, to condemn someone or something, denounce, deplore, criticize, disapprove, censure, denigrate, despise, disdain, trivialize, decry Just

Vilify 1100 Words You Need Week 40 Day 2

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Vilify 1100 Words You Need Week 40 Day 2 Vilify 1100 Words You Need Week 40 Day 2 /ˈvɪl.ɪ.faɪ/ (verb) to say or write bad and unpleasant things about someone to defame them, malign, stigmatize, besmirch, disparage, denigrate, revile, abuse, condemn, slander, libel, lay into, derogate, calumniate, criticize, pillory, run down Meghan, Duchess of Sussex,

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Vituperate 1100 Words You Need Week 39 Day 4 Vituperate 1100 Words You Need Week 39 Day 4 /vɪˈtju:pəreɪt/ (verb) to blame or insult vehemently, revile, scold, flay, condemn, malign, curse, attack, assault, criticize, lay into, throw the book at Trump furiously denies report he disparaged military service, vituperated and insulted dead and disabled troops

Stigmatize 1100 Words You Need Week 38 Day 3

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Stigmatize 1100 Words You Need Week 38 Day 3 Stigmatize 1100 Words You Need Week 38 Day 3 /ˈstɪg.mə.taɪz/ (verb) to treat someone unfairly especially by disapproving of them, regard as worthy of disgrace, mark with stigmata, label as socially undesirable, condemn, denounce, disparage, vilify, defame, mark out, pillory There is mounting evidence to suggest