censure (Meaning)

Wordnet

censure (n)

harsh criticism or disapproval

the state of being excommunicated

Wordnet

censure (v)

rebuke formally

Webster

censure (n.)

Judgment either favorable or unfavorable; opinion.

The act of blaming or finding fault with and condemning as wrong; reprehension; blame.

Judicial or ecclesiastical sentence or reprimand; condemnatory judgment.

Webster

censure (v. i.)

To form or express a judgment in regard to; to estimate; to judge.

To find fault with and condemn as wrong; to blame; to express disapprobation of.

To condemn or reprimand by a judicial or ecclesiastical sentence.

To judge.

censure Sentence Examples

  1. The parliament voted to censure the senator for his unethical behavior.
  2. The teacher faced censure from the school board for her inappropriate conduct in the classroom.
  3. The company's CEO was publicly censured for his role in the financial scandal.
  4. The editorial criticized the government's decision and called for a vote of censure.
  5. The committee unanimously passed a resolution to censure the member for violating the organization's code of conduct.
  6. The president's controversial remarks prompted swift censure from both political parties.
  7. The public outcry led to widespread calls for the mayor's censure following allegations of corruption.
  8. The journalist's article received widespread censure for its inaccuracies and sensationalism.
  9. The board of directors issued a formal statement of censure to the executive for his mishandling of funds.
  10. The judge's lenient sentencing sparked censure from victims' rights groups and the public alike.

FAQs About the word censure

harsh criticism or disapproval, the state of being excommunicated, rebuke formallyJudgment either favorable or unfavorable; opinion., The act of blaming or find

reprimand,condemnation, punishment, criticism, excoriation, lecture, riot act, denunciation,rebuke, reproof

commendation,endorsement, acclamation, commendation, praise, indorsement, tribute, honor, endorsement, acclamation

The parliament voted to censure the senator for his unethical behavior.

The teacher faced censure from the school board for her inappropriate conduct in the classroom.

The company's CEO was publicly censured for his role in the financial scandal.

The editorial criticized the government's decision and called for a vote of censure.