- express severe disapproval of (someone or something), especially in a formal statement
- the expression of formal disapproval
verb: censure, 3rd person present: censures, gerund or present participle: censuring, past tense: censured, past participle: censured
noun: censure, plural noun: censures
- 1. express severe disapproval of (someone or something), especially in a formal statement a judge was censured in 1983 for a variety of types of injudicious conduct
- 1. 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
...時候就用applaud: We applauded him for his courage. condemn /censure 責(罰) /責(罵) condemn 較 censure 來得嚴重 甚至帶有罰則! he judge condemned...
... remarkably, from general endorsement of it as a worthwhile , stable institution to widespread censure of it as an oppressive and bankrupt one whose dissolution was both imminent...
As a matter of fact, he who censures others loves beauty intensely. But he dares not challenge...