Censure Meaning & Definition from 601 Words

Censure meaning and synonyms in real context in visual dictionary and thesaurus

Censure meaning and definition together with illustrations and antonyms from the book, 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam. Learn the meaning of ‘censure’ in authentic context and improve your advanced vocabulary in authentic context. /ˈsen.ʃəʳ/ (noun & verb) Censure meaning Noun: strong disapproval and criticism, obloquy, reprimand, admonishment Verb: to criticizeRead

Pejorative GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

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Pejorative GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /pɪˈdʒɒr.ə.tɪv/ (adj) derogatory, insulting, belittling, deprecatory, disapproving, scornful, disparaging, uncomplimentary, libelous, defamatory, negative, slanderous, critical, deprecative, downgrading If a person sends you a tweet or replies to a tweet with a pejorative comment that you don’t like, you can unfollow that person. To stop them from further contacting you, you canRead

Denounce 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 7

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Denounce 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 7 with antonyms, synonyms, parts of speech and in authentic text for GRE, TOEFL & IELTS candidates /dɪˈnaʊnts/ (verb) to criticize someone or something vehemently, censure, deplore, deprecate, condemn, vilify, decry, revile, rail against, malign, reject – to accuse someone publicly, expose, inculpate, point the finger at, betray, blameRead

Deprecate 1100 Words You Need Week 44 Day 2

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Deprecate 1100 Words You Need Week 44 Day 2 Deprecate 1100 Words You Need Week 44 Day 2 /ˈdep.rɪ.keɪt/ (verb) to say or show that something is of little importance or value, express disapproval of, deplore, abhor, frown upon, to condemn someone or something, denounce, deplore, criticize, disapprove, censure, denigrate, despise, disdain, trivialize, decry JustRead

Belittle 1100 Words You Need Week 4 Day 2

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Belittle 1100 Words You Need Belittle 1100 Words You Need /bɪˈlɪt.ļ/ (verb) to make an action or a person seem unimportant, disparage, despise, humiliate, demean, decry, deride, put down, deprecate, rubbish: Though she had spent hours fixing the computer he belittled her efforts. Stop belittling yourself – your work is highly valued. antonym: praise Fre:Read