censurer


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cen·sure

 (sĕn′shər)
n.
1. An expression of strong disapproval or harsh criticism.
2. An official rebuke, as by a legislature of one of its members.
tr.v. cen·sured, cen·sur·ing, cen·sures
To express strong disapproval of or criticize severely, especially in an official capacity: "whether the Senate will censure one of its members for conflict of interest" (Washington Post). See Synonyms at criticize.

[Middle English, from Latin cēnsūra, censorship, from cēnsor, Roman censor; see censor.]

cen′sur·a·ble adj.
cen′sur·a·bly adv.
cen′sur·er n.
References in classic literature ?
But, if these censurers were better acquainted with the noble and courteous disposition of the HOUYHNHNMS, they would soon change their opinion.
Such censurers as these, whether they speak from their own guess or suspicion, or from the report and opinion of others, may properly be said to slander the reputation of the book they condemn.
Le document electronique est si facile a modifier, voire a censurer.
De meme, en fusionnant deux individus differents, la tradition a pu refouler et censurer la verite historique, c'est-a-dire le meurtre de Moise.
Sartre considere cette vision comme un non-sens car pour censurer, il faut bien deja connaitre ou reconnaitre ce que l'on censure.
Sprunger, "Mennonites and Sectarian Poor Relief," 150-153; Roodenburg, Onder Censurer, 28-43, on elite culture and its
La congregation du Saint-Office, chargee par le pontife romain de proposer les mesures les plus efficaces et opportunes pour s'attaquer au mal, emet, le 10 mai, aux eveques du monde catholique une instruction detaillee dans laquelle elle discerne trois types de societes a censurer, selon le danger qu'elles incarnent (34).
Il integre egalement des mesures repressives visant a censurer toute pratique illegale.