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correption (s) (noun), correptions (pl)
1. An expression of criticism and disappointment because of something that someone has done which is unacceptable: The correption which Greg received from the principal, Mr. Deal, was well deserved because he was caught spray painting on the walls of one of the buildings on the school grounds.
2. Etymology: from Latin correptio, then from corripere, "to seize".
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