verb (used with object), cen·sured, cen·sur·ing.
verb (used without object), cen·sured, cen·sur·ing.
SYNONYMS FOR censure
QUIZ YOURSELF ON "WAS" VS. "WERE"!
Origin of censure
OTHER WORDS FROM censure
Words nearby censure
Example sentences from the Web for censure
Parler has been operating without censure from the app stores for months, and got a boost in popularity around the November election.Apple and Google are likely to slow down enforcement again after Capitol riot bans|Gerrit De Vynck, Reed Albergotti, Jay Greene|January 12, 2021|Washington Post
To get a maximum number of law deans to sign on, the language was made broad and intentionally did not name anybody or call for any kind of censure, they said.157 law deans denounce attempted insurrection and effort to decertify election — but don’t name names|Valerie Strauss|January 12, 2021|Washington Post
Few politicians are willing to test the limits and risk their career ending in impeachment, censure, or even arrest.
Expulsion or at least censure and loss of committee seats is necessary to underscore the depth of their offense.
During the tight lockdowns in some parts of Europe, dog owners have been especially privileged — giving them a pass to leave their homes without fear of governmental censure.Traveling through the pandemic in the company of dogs|Walter Nicklin|December 18, 2020|Washington Post
Meanwhile, the Anti-Defamation League issued a statement deploring the state GOP for its failure to censure Duke.
American universities have come under censure for failing to adequately protect students from sexual and physical assault.Don’t Blame The NFL And Colleges For Mishandling Assault Cases|Emily Shire|September 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Thompson escaped the ire of Times reporters and avoided official censure during a subsequent BBC investigation.
The article states that the agency could have voted sanctions against Maco ranging from censure to disbarment.
Still, Bergé insisted that he did not get overly involved or censure the film in any way.
As such it is now presented to the public for whatever meed of praise or censure it is found to deserve.
I issued a censure, and ordered that no one should agree to their conclusions, and that the Dominicans should not hold them.
I cannot too severely censure the habit of using sentences which admit of a double meaning.
It may, perhaps, be one of the unfortunate works which have already fallen under his censure.
I therefore do not censure those who desire to see their daughters happily and suitably established in life.