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See definition of objurgation on Dictionary.com
  • as inblame
  • as inrebuke
  • as inreprehension
  • as inreprobation
  • as intongue-lashing

synonyms for objurgation

  • criticism
  • accusation
  • animadversion
  • arraignment
  • attack
  • attribution
  • castigation
  • censure
  • charge
  • chiding
  • complaint
  • denunciation
  • depreciation
  • diatribe
  • disapprobation
  • disapproval
  • disfavor
  • disparagement
  • expostulation
  • impeachment
  • implication
  • imputation
  • incrimination
  • inculpation
  • indictment
  • invective
  • obloquy
  • opposition
  • rebuke
  • recrimination
  • remonstrance
  • reprehension
  • reprimand
  • reproach
  • reprobation
  • reproof
  • repudiation
  • slur
  • tirade
  • exprobation

antonyms for objurgation

MOST RELEVANT
  • acquittal
  • approval
  • commendation
  • compliment
  • endorsement
  • exculpation
  • exoneration
  • flattery
  • harmony
  • health
  • peace
  • praise
  • ratification
  • recommendation
  • retreat
  • sanction
  • applause
  • exaltation
  • thanks
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How to use objurgation in a sentence

And, hoping to stem the tide of further objurgation of his friend, he would demolish the Treatise on the Human Eye.
THE OPEN QUESTIONELIZABETH ROBINS
With a muffled objurgation he fell upon the jumble and began to overhaul it.
KENNYLEONA DALRYMPLE
He leaned over the side of the car and exchanged violent objurgation with the dog.
THE JOYOUS ADVENTURES OF ARISTIDE PUJOLWILLIAM J. LOCKE
He reinforced his statement by objurgation, watching the effect of each oath with a wary eye.
TALES OF SPACE AND TIMEHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
As soon as we were alone he would break out into a kind of lamentation, punctuated by occasional bursts of objurgation.
MARSE HENRY (VOL. 1)HENRY WATTERSON
There were both the whisper of detraction spreading abroad, and the outspoken objurgation.
CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS AND HOW HE RECEIVED AND IMPARTED THE SPIRIT OF DISCOVERYJUSTIN WINSOR
Here the artful Richard pretended to hold her in with ostentatious objurgation and well-feigned cries of alarm.
MRS. SKAGGS'S HUSBANDS AND OTHER STORIESBRET HARTE
He grinned spitefully at the church and its great archangel and mouthed a lewd objurgation.
THE PROUD PRINCEJUSTIN HUNTLY MCCARTHY
She smokes cigars, wears male attire and has a perfect command of the art of ornamental objurgation.
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOL. 159, SEPTEMBER 1ST, 1920VARIOUS
At eight o'clock we heard the porter's shuffling step in the hall, followed by a howl and a polite objurgation.
PENELOPE'S IRISH EXPERIENCESKATE DOUGLAS WIGGIN
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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