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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of decry.

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Examples

  • We are not all "Iranians" as McCain decried that we were all "Georgians" during the presidential campaign.

    McCain again pans president's Iran response

  • Tea Party super heroine, Sarah Palin decried the NAACP's accusation and shot back that "I am saddened by the NAACP's claim that patriotic Americans who stand up for the United States of America's Constitutional rights are somehow 'racists,'" Constitutional rights are quite elastic and not necessarily synonymous with anti-racist.

    Noura Erakat: The Tea Party and Race in America

  • My essay last week in the Huffington Post Tis a Pity She's No Longer a Whore -- Broadway Armageddon -- I should have received a lot more hits with such a brilliant title decried the ever encroaching use of synthesizers and the like replacing live musicians.

    Melody Breyer-Grell: Broadway Miracle Sighted on PBS -- South Pacific Permitted Full Use of Real Instruments

  • McCain decried agents of intolerance, then chose a running mate who had to ask if she was allowed to ban books from a public library.

    On life, activism, and TV writers getting it right. « A Bird’s Nest

  • This action was clarified, however, a few weeks later when Stalin decried the Marshall Plan as further evidence of American Dollar Imperialism.

    Canada and NATO

  • Obama initially only "decried" the comment - he didn't act to fire her or ask for her resignation.

    Martin Lewis: The "New" Politics: Top Obama Advisor Caught Calling Hillary Clinton "A Monster"

  • A self-described artist, advertising man and author living in Annapolis, Md., von Brunn wrote an anti-Semitic treatise, "Kill the Best Gentiles," decried "the browning of America" and claimed to expose a Jewish conspiracy "to destroy the White gene-pool."

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  • A self-described artist, advertising man and author, he wrote an anti-Semitic treatise, "Kill the Best Gentiles," decried "the browning of America" and claimed to expose a Jewish conspiracy "to destroy the White gene-pool."

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  • Mr. von Brunn wrote an anti-Semitic treatise, "Kill the Best Gentiles," decried "the browning of America" and claimed to expose a Jewish conspiracy "to destroy the White gene-pool."

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  • A self-described artist, advertising man and author living in Annapolis, Md., von Brunn wrote an anti-Semitic treatise, "Kill the Best Gentiles," decried "the browning of America" and claimed to expose a Jewish conspiracy

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