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Synonyms for censure

Synonyms for censure

to find fault with

to feel or express strong disapproval of

Synonyms for censure

harsh criticism or disapproval

the state of being excommunicated

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Russ Feingold's proposal to censure President Bush is a bit like walking down an escalator that's going up.
On ne peut enumerer ici la quantite de personnages que Pierre Hebert fait intervenir dans son Histoire de la censure, mais il importe de souligner une fois de plus a quel point l'auteur ne sacrifie jamais l'erudition et rexhaustivite a la clarte de l'expose.
The board voted 4-1 Wednesday night - with Gillis dissenting - to censure him for revealing confidential information during an Aug.
They will be required to submit their circulation claims to more frequent audits: for the two years following censure, their records will be audited every six months, rather than annually.
A MOTION of censure against Health Minister Jane Hutt in the new year should not be ruled out, say the Welsh Conservatives.
Nick Bourne said he would have tabled a censure motion after the numbers waiting to see a consultant reached an all-time high, but the summer recess prevented the Tories from forcing a debate on the issue.
50, permits the Treasury Secretary to publicly reprimand or censure practitioners (in addition to suspending or disbarring them) after notice and opportunity for hearing.
Wahid, according to reports from the State Palace, tried to put the censure debate in the House out of his mind by listening to classical music.
Confronted with allegations of perjury, obstruction of justice, and other misconduct committed by President Clinton,(1) members of the 105th and 106th Congresses battled mightily over the constitutionality of not only impeachment, but also an alternative method of punishment: censure.
After escaping with a severe censure and warning Dalglish said: "I have no complaints.
The subhead was "Scholars Warn Lawmakers that Compromise Like Censure is Not in Constitution.
It is the distinction, too often neglected, between censorship and censure, the free expression of moral disapproval .
In the McCarthyite '50s there had been public burnings of comic books, and a "voluntary" ethical code was established; this censure, paradoxically, helped provoke the rise of the comix underground.
Sixth District Congressional candidate Rory Blake issued the following statement in response to Senator Russ Feingold's call to censure President Bush for authorizing the surveillance of American citizens with warrants: