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King James Dictionary
1. The act of blaming or finding fault and condemning as wrong applicable to the moral conduct, or to the works of men. When applied to persons, it is nearly equivalent to blame, reproof, reprehension, reprimand. It is an expression of disapprobation, which often implies reproof.
2. Judicial sentence judgment that condemns. An ecclesiastical censure is a sentence of condemnation, or penalty inflicted on a member of a church for mal-conduct, by which he is deprived of the communion of the church, or prohibited from executing the sacerdotal office.
1. To find fault with and condemn as wrong to blame to express disapprobation of as, to censure a man, or his manners, or his writings.
We laugh at vanity, oftener than we censure pride.
2. To condemn by a judicial sentence, as in ecclesiastical affairs.
3. To estimate.
CENSURE, To judge.
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Entry for 'Censure'. King James Dictionary. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/kjd/c/censure.html.