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objurgate (verb), objurgates; objurgated; objurgating
1. To severely rebuke, to scold, or to censure: Luke’s mother objurgated, or chastised, him harshly when she found out that he had taken money from her purse without her permission!
2. To express strong disapproval of something that has been done or of the one who has done it: Mrs. Smith was vehemently objurgating the racism that existed in the school where she taught.
To strongly denounce or to object.
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To strongly reprove or to rebuke.
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To strongly denounce a regulation.
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To sharply rebuke or to scold someone.
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