objurgation (Meaning)

Wordnet

objurgation (n)

rebuking a person harshly

Webster

objurgation (n.)

The act of objurgating; reproof.

objurgation Sentence Examples

  1. The objurgation he received from his superior shattered his confidence.
  2. Her scathing objurgation left no room for doubt about her disappointment.
  3. The coach's objurgation ignited a fire in the team, motivating them to victory.
  4. The objurgation of the teacher shocked the students into silence.
  5. His constant objurgation created a hostile work environment for his colleagues.
  6. The objurgation she faced at the meeting made her question her own abilities.
  7. An objurgatory tone permeated the conversation, driving a wedge between friends.
  8. The politician's objurgation of his opponents was met with both praise and criticism.
  9. The mother's objurgation of her child left her feeling guilty and remorseful.
  10. The objurgation he received from the judge served as a stark reminder of the consequences of his actions.

FAQs About the word objurgation

rebuking a person harshlyThe act of objurgating; reproof.

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

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

The objurgation he received from his superior shattered his confidence.

Her scathing objurgation left no room for doubt about her disappointment.

The coach's objurgation ignited a fire in the team, motivating them to victory.

The objurgation of the teacher shocked the students into silence.