Sentences may be denounced
against them for violations of their duty; but these sentences can only be carried into execution by the sword.
But Milady felt herself denounced
even by his terror.
It wounded the pride of the parliament, which, supported by the citizens, replied by declaring that Cardinal Mazarin was the cause of all the discontent; denounced
him as the enemy both of the king and the state, and ordered him to retire from the court that same day and from France within a week afterward; enjoining, in case of disobedience on his part, all the subjects of the king to pursue and take him.
All the crimes denounced
by the Christian faith met with severe punishment among them.
It was quite amusing, too, to see with what earnestness they disclaimed all cannibal propensities on their own part, while they denounced
their enemies--the Typees--as inveterate gourmandizers of human flesh; but this is a peculiarity to which I shall hereafter have occasion to allude.
Edward Rose, the interpreter, whose sinister looks we have already mentioned, was denounced
by this secret informer as a designing, treacherous scoundrel, who was tampering with the fidelity of certain of the men, and instigating them to a flagrant piece of treason.
Why, he denounced
it roundly, and the whole system of modern political finance.
I am proud of them because they did these things, and can be denounced
for them, and know they can be denounced
for them, and are STANDING FIRM FOR ALL THAT.
Her name is in these many mouths, her husband knows his wrongs, her shame will be published--may be spreading while she thinks about it--and in addition to the thunderbolt so long foreseen by her, so unforeseen by him, she is denounced
by an invisible accuser as the murderess of her enemy.
My dear fellow," cried Raffles, "I hear it was you who gave that hundred guineas by stealth to the very movement you denounced
The incipient mutineer was more outraged than ever, then, at what he denounced
as the partiality shown the captain's table over the other tables in the ship.
Finally, no longer knowing what to do, and what was to become of me, I denounced
you to the official.
It was said that Elizabetha Prokofievna and her daughters had there and then denounced
the prince in the strongest terms, and had refused any further acquaintance and friendship with him; their rage and denunciations being redoubled when Varia Ardalionovna suddenly arrived and stated that Aglaya had been at her house in a terrible state of mind for the last hour, and that she refused to come home.
Once or twice lately, it is true, she had started, broad awake, before turning into Russell Square, and denounced
herself rather sharply for being already in a groove, capable, that is, of thinking the same thoughts every morning at the same hour, so that the chestnut-colored brick of the Russell Square houses had some curious connection with her thoughts about office economy, and served also as a sign that she should get into trim for meeting Mr.
Whereas, again and again, in his time of freedom, he had denounced
the perversion of pathological doubt into moral doubt and had said-- "the purest experiment in treatment may still be conscientious: my business is to take care of life, and to do the best I can think of for it.