censured, past participle; censures, 3rd person singular present; censuring, present participle; censured, past tense;
Express severe disapproval of (someone or something), typically in a formal statement
a judge was censured in 1983 for a variety of types of injudicious conduct
The expression of formal disapproval
angry delegates offered a resolution of censure against the offenders
they paid the price in social ostracism and family censure
harsh criticism or disapproval
reprimand: rebuke formally
excommunication: the state of being excommunicated
Censure is a process by which a formal reprimand is issued to an individual by an authoritative body. In a deliberative assembly, a motion to censure is used.
The act of blaming, criticizing, or condemning as wrong; reprehension; An official reprimand; The state of excommunication; to criticize harshly; to formally rebuke
An official reprimand or condemnation of an attorney. (See disbarment or suspension.)
An act by a legislative body to officially reprimand a member. The act of censuring is an official condemnation for actions committed by a public official while holding a public trust.
is rebuke, harsh criticism: Morty Skustin was severely censured for putting the frog in the water cooler.
The process of public denunciation and reproof of an offender’s criminal behaviour.
Another name for a medicinal penalty, or a penalty intended to help the offender repent and return to the heart of the Church. The Code of Canon Law presently contains three censures: suspension, interdict, and excommunication.
A reprimand or admonition; to find fault.
A formal, public reprimand for an infraction or violation.
The art of hoying one doon during a Sports & Social meeting.