penalize

[ peen-l-ahyz, pen- ]SEE DEFINITION OF penalize

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PENALIZE

The act referred to prohibits slavery, but does not penalize it.

Its first concern must thus be to penalize the free play of ideas.

They had the sense and strength to penalize art; they alone survived.

He actually believed that we could not penalize for fouls off the playing field.

Law 54 provides that "A player cannot redouble his partner's double," but does not penalize such action.

The Spanish Penal Code did not prohibit or penalize slavery, or the purchase or sale of human beings.

To penalize a yacht in proportion to the fineness of her performance is unfair to the craft and to her men.

Crowfoot appealed to Kilgore, but the umpire had not seen Scrogg's trick and refused to penalize the second team on that account.

He thinks we are thieves and scoundrels and tearers up of treaties, because we did not penalize ourselves!

This would give compelling effect to distance as a factor, and would tend to penalize the roundabout carriage of goods.

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