Censured one - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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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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censure someone (for something)
to criticize someone formally for having done something. Please don't censure us for doing our duty. The legislature proposed to censure one of its members.
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References in periodicals archive
They also censured one
of their board members, forbidding Katherine Schacht from representing EPUD at conferences or having any contact with Coe outside of board meetings.
* unlawfully censured one
of the plaintiffs for allegedly violating a board provision on disclosure of confidential information
"The honourable gentleman should keep his temper," she censured one
MP, "...because nobody else wants it."
The case got off to a promising start when a Department of Health inquiry censured one
of their local GPs for his part in Rebecca's treatment.