- v. present participle of decry.
“Where was the Republican leadership in decrying this absurdity??”
“The discussion of literature that I take Brad to be decrying is not really about how “deep” a piece of work is.”
“While I wasn't at GDC and so I'm only hearing about Heather Chaplin's rant second hand, it seems like in decrying the lack of a "Citizen Kane" in games is missing an important point: games are a fundamentally different media from film, music, literature, etc., despite many overt similarities.”
“Meanwhile, though, let me tell you this: the next time some Republican asks you why you aren't more aggressive in decrying some misconduct by some Democrat, you can now laugh heartily, spit on the floor, and walk away.”
“Meanwhile. the OL! blog says that the Albanian Mjaft! youth movement has joined dozens of other international organizations and groups in decrying the detention of the activist-bloggers.”
“Let us also overlook Mr Clarkson's past record in decrying Norfolk as a place populated by retards, to be avoided unless one is attracted by "orgies and the ritual slaying of farmyard animals".”
“The man who had made his name decrying public corruption and demanding that President Bill Clinton resign for lying about an affair with a White House aide was forced to confess to using the services of prostitutes.”
“Based on the above, I am not entirely certain that the calls decrying Feminism's death are incorrect or even undesirable.”
“On the contrary, people on the left and on the right are equally forceful in decrying self-centered individualism, consumerism, new pressures on the family, and the decline of community.”
“At least McCain and Obama have kept their word decrying earmarks and voting for fiscal responsibility.”
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