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noun as in denouncer

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Officials censured by both state and local GOPs are categorized by the highest censure they received.

The move comes among an outpouring of anger from House Democrats, who have discussed censure and expulsion in addition to a committee removal resolution.

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Fairfax sided with Chase on a procedural matter during the censure debate last week, when she contended her due process rights had been violated.

She suggested that if censure were approved she would take the body to court.

Reflect′iveness; Reflect′or, one who, or that which, reflects: a mirror or polished reflecting surface: a censurer.

Peevish, querulous, a panegyrist of former times when he was a boy, a chastiser and censurer of his juniors.

For other faults of poesy, I crave no pardon, in that I scorn all penance the bitterest censurer can impose upon me.

He also took upon himself the office of perpetual censurer of my discourses.

It is easy to find a censurer of the sins of the land, but hard to find a true mourner for the sins of the land.


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