castigation[ kas-ti-geyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF castigation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CASTIGATION
Or would he fail to fathom her identity and so lay himself open to her castigation?
After this castigation he spent the night in the crypt, fasting and barefooted.
There was a new man at the head of the Department of Castigation.
It is not something to be discharged from the body by fasting and castigation.
But the pain inflicted was to disappear with the first castigation.
Never had he received such a castigation from man or nature.
I couldn't say that R. wanted to give me a castigation when I didn't know what it meant.
Let us reserve these ideas for the castigation of Pharisees.
The punishment by castigation is performed in the following manner.
Its advocates have been met with neglect, contempt, or castigation, not with arguments.