Decried it may be; but it will not be denied.
"Religion & Sex" by Chapman Cohen
To beguile the time I took up a volume near me, the work of a much decried poet, Walt Whitman.
"The Thread of Gold" by Arthur Christopher Benson
Yet, Fuller himself decried this kind of thing as a trick, no art.
"Books and Authors" by Anonymous
There is much I must decry.
"The Truth About America" by Edward Money
Our army officers, who are not decried as Socialists and Communists, act on a similar plan.
"Woman under socialism" by August Bebel
Still, the cynics are wrong in decrying the eagerness to buy painters who are in fashion.
"The Galaxy, Volume 23, No. 2, February, 1877" by Various
Those who have a taste for hearing missions, Protestant or Catholic, decried, must seek their pleasure elsewhere than in my pages.
"The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 18 (of 25)" by Robert Louis Stevenson
She knew that she had decried him.
"The "Genius"" by Theodore Dreiser
She criticises all men, from the prince to the pauper, but not women, since these have been sufficiently criticised and decried.
"Of Six Mediæval Women" by Alice Kemp-Welch
And, I assure you, I had no intention of sneering at poor Carson or of decrying his work.
"The Red Symbol" by John Ironside
Which, Reader, will you most decry,
A dirty truth, or polish'd lie?
Leave it to me, and never fear,
I'll not offend the nicest ear.
"Lord Chesterfield And The Tinker" by William Hutton
Even from the common voice;
From those whose envy, daring not dispute
The wonders it decries, attributes them
To magic and such folly.
"Paracelsus: Part III: Paracelsus" by Robert Browning
"I do well to be angry, even unto death,"
To denounce, to decry with unfaltering breath,
To lift up my voice, cry aloud, and not spare,
A fiend—yea, a legion are with us, beware!
"The Demon Drink!" by Janet Hamilton
I have peace to weigh your worth, now all is over,
But if to praise or blame you, cannot say.
For, who decries the loved, decries the lover;
Yet what man lauds the thing he's thrown away?
"He Wonders Whether To Praise Or To Blame Her" by Rupert Brooke
Tho' the sober shake the head,
And drink water, boys, instead,
And the foolish all strong liquors do decry;
Yet the foaming glass for me,
May we never, never see
A friend without a draught when dry.
"The Drunkard’s Song" by John Hartley
Swift down the mad dance, while blest health prompts to move,
We'll count joys to come, and exchange Vows of truth;
And haply when Age cools the transports of Love,
Decry, like good folks, the vain pleasures of youth.
"The Milk Maid on the First of May" by Robert Bloomfield
Candidates decry Todd Akin comments about rape.
State officials decry federal inaction on farm bill.
At free speech rally, 100 decry deed restrictions the casino demanded at SteelStacks.
Crowd at free speech rally decries Sands deed restrictions at SteelStacks.
As a result, two human rights groups have sent strongly-worded letters decrying the summit's host location.
Intended as a tribute, decried as sexist.
The Wayne County commissioners have decried the cutting of 50% of the funding for the county victim/witness program and juvenile victim assistance program.
In the note, Cornyn decried the 6,600 earmarks totaling $8 billion contained in the bill.
Education Advocates Decry Lack of Minority Students in Gifted Programs.
The environmental NGOs who decry the Asian biofuels actually oppose all forms of biofuel because they fear it may lead to a reduction of rainforests.
Suu Kyi decries Myanmar's crackdown on mine protesters, seeks explanation for use of force.
While such software doesn't specifically identify anyone, the spread of facial-recognition technology is being decried by privacy advocates.
Lawyer decries lack of fairness in revoked clearance.
Rushdie Decries 'Mindset Of The Fanatic ' That Sparks Anti-American Protests.
Salman Rushdie decries Israeli flotilla attack.