castigation (Meaning)

Wordnet

castigation (n)

a severe scolding

verbal punishment

Webster

castigation (n.)

Corrective punishment; chastisement; reproof; pungent criticism.

Emendation; correction.

castigation Sentence Examples

  1. The boss's castigation of the team's performance left them feeling demoralized.
  2. Her harsh castigation of her colleague's mistake was uncalled for.
  3. The public castigation of the company's unethical practices led to widespread outrage.
  4. The teacher's castigation of the student's behavior served as a wake-up call.
  5. He endured constant castigation from his peers for his unconventional ideas.
  6. The community leaders faced heavy castigation for their failure to address pressing issues.
  7. The castigation of the government's policies sparked protests across the nation.
  8. The coach's castigation motivated the players to work harder and improve.
  9. Despite the castigation, she remained steadfast in her beliefs.
  10. The castigation of the author's work by critics did not deter her from continuing to write.

FAQs About the word castigation

a severe scolding, verbal punishmentCorrective punishment; chastisement; reproof; pungent criticism., Emendation; correction.

wrath, penalty,punishment, comeuppance, discipline, sentence, retribution, correction,chastisement, condemnation

exemption, indemnity, parole, vindication, amnesty, indemnity, acquittal, immunity, impunity, acquittal

The boss's castigation of the team's performance left them feeling demoralized.

Her harsh castigation of her colleague's mistake was uncalled for.

The public castigation of the company's unethical practices led to widespread outrage.

The teacher's castigation of the student's behavior served as a wake-up call.