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    denounce or condemn

    Hello,

    I would like to know the difference between "denounce" and "condemn". In one sense, they both appears to give the same message which is strong criticism.

    Thank you for your continuous help and consideration.

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    Re: denounce or condemn

    Can you give an example of a sentence in which you think they both have the same meaning?

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    Re: denounce or condemn

    Another director might have called a press conference to denounce/condemn the Americans.
    He was one of the first Arab leaders to denounce/condemn the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks

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