censure (one) for (something)

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censure (one) for (something)

To criticize or scold someone, often in an official manner. The judge censured the lawyer for his outburst during the hearing.
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As the story of 'Agnes Grey' was accused of extravagant over-colouring in those very parts that were carefully copied from the life, with a most scrupulous avoidance of all exaggeration, so, in the present work, I find myself censured for depicting CON AMORE, with 'a morbid love of the coarse, if not of the brutal,' those scenes which, I will venture to say, have not been more painful for the most fastidious of my critics to read than they were for me to describe.
All novels are, or should be, written for both men and women to read, and I am at a loss to conceive how a man should permit himself to write anything that would be really disgraceful to a woman, or why a woman should be censured for writing anything that would be proper and becoming for a man.
CANBERRA: A far-right Australian senator who said the Christchurch mosque massacre was the result of Muslim immigration into New Zealand was censured for his ugly and divisive" comments by his parliamentary peers on Wednesday.Fraser Anning, who drew international condemnation for linking the March 15 killing of 50 people in two mosques last month to immigration, has refused to apologise for his views.
Dan Morhaim was censured for exercising poor judgment in working as a consultant for a company applying for a medical marijuana license and testifying before the state Medical Cannabis Commission as an expert.
In 2013, then Trustee Shannon Fox was censured for criticizing a local business owner in an email to Lake County and municipal officials.
Gorcyca was publicly censured for her conduct while presiding over a contentious custody battle.
Bankers at Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC), considered to be the country's largest lender, were censured for their subpar and deviant performance.
AN Assembly Member broke down in tears as she addressed fellow AMs in the Senedd for the first time since being censured for a conviction for drinkdriving.
DEMOCRATIC unionist MP Gregory Campbell has apologised after being censured for failing to register and declare other elected posts.
One woman, Susanna Rogers was censured for the "sin" of forging a love letter to herself from one W.
To illustrate such a condition, this section suggests that the DOP might require practitioners to provide the IRS with copies of client consents as a condition to future practice when a practitioner is being censured for not informing clients of potential conflicts of interest and obtaining their written consent.
-- A federal appeals court has ruled that the Laramie County Community College board didn't violate the rights of an extrustee when she was censured for campaigning against a tax plan she had previously supported.
Island Lake trustee censured for 'childish' behavior during Fourth of July parade