censure in a sentence

Use censure in a sentence

censure meaning and collocations;

Meaning: [verb]to officially criticize;

The violence by the police was heavily censured on the public media.

It censured apartheid and demanded sanctions against South Africa.

The organization has been censured for its involvement in communal riots.

Overseas Chinese propaganda using this label has been censured by Western governments.

Born was censured and ultimately sidelined because of her opposition.

Jackson was officially censured for violating the US Constitution.

McCarthy was censured by the Senate in 1954.

Senator Joe was censured by the Senate and forced to retire.

In these communities, premarital sex and childbearing are strongly censured.

The Board censured Jervis for not having supported his subordinates.

He was also censured for the use of unparliamentary language.