censure[ sen-sher ]SEE DEFINITION OF censure
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CENSURE
With an influence so great she had simply said, "Spare of censure this man for my sake."
Wanhope waited for a thoughtful moment of censure eventuating in toleration.
Should we not be particularly careful to keep clear of the faults we censure?
How often, my dear, have you and I endeavoured to detect and censure this partial spirit in others?
It is there one lives exempt from the assaults of censure, detraction, and calumny.
You know vanity is not my foible, therefore I need not fear your censure.
And therefore philosophers must inevitably fall under the censure of the world?
Or where is the spectator having any right to censure or control us, as he might the poets?
(implying that if he delighted in censure he might have abundant opportunity of finding fault).
Paul shook his head as if in censure of his mother's feelings.