castigation


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Synonyms for castigation

something, such as loss, pain, or confinement, imposed for wrongdoing

Synonyms for castigation

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But the irony is that his imprisonment galvanised the conscience of those who sought and end to the policy of apartheid, either in sporting isolation, international boycotts, sanctions and castigation by the global community.
Teachers and heads are passionately concerned about pupils' progress, but they need support not castigation.
The security service practiced a pre-censorship in the past, but they introduced this economic castigation to cost the newspapers hug revenue loses they cannot afford for long time.
Setbacks at that level should not lead to his castigation, though, and it is entirely feasible the capable McCain will have him even sharper and stronger for what is likely to be his big engagement of the year.
As the body was the vehicle for their transgression, so it becomes the vehicle for their castigation.
It is also sad to hear some of our so-called African intellectuals, whom we expect to be more enlightened, joining the castigation of homosexuality as immoral and un-African, as if we Africans are a separate species of human beings who are immune to the ongoing changes in human behaviour, mainly brought about by increasing globalisation and social intercourse.
In a similar vein, Wilson masterfully deals with Luther's late, harsh castigation of the Jews, which, though violent, fell short of advocating "extermination" (315).
Let us not forget that our students are attending college to maximise their potential and this rather tiresome and repetitive castigation of the building does nothing to help them.
Sources close to the matter have claimed that the tipoff about the worrisome revenue collection lag is one of the reasons for the public castigation of Stefanov, which led to reshuffles at NRA and a spate of operations launched by the Customs Agency.
The undisguised castigation of, and lack of respect afforded, the Ecuadorian justice system by the District Court runs counter .
IT WAS interesting to read Coun Deirdre Alden's castigation of Alderman Olley's positive prediction that she would win the Edgbaston seat at the last general election (Mail, April 26).
He called for tighter controls on the way banks spend money and said: "They need to be more surrounded by legislation as castigation clearly is not working.
The hapless Brazilian is one of the worst players I have ever seen to regularly appear in an Arsenal shirt but that doesn't mean he deserves such intense castigation as he's receiving for having said, quite rightly, that Cesc is not a natural leader or a demonstrative captain.
Council planners do not deserve castigation either, despite being guilty of not being able to imagine the unimaginable in what is turning out to be the most difficult of winters.