censurable

[sen-sher-uh-buhl]
adjective
deserving censure or blame.

Origin:
1625–35; censure + -able

censurableness, censurability, noun
censurably, adverb
noncensurable, adjective
noncensurableness, noun
noncensurably, adverb
uncensurable, adjective
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censurable (ˈsɛnʃərəbəl)
 
adj
deserving censure, condemnation, or blame
 
censurableness
 
n
 
censurability
 
n
 
censurably
 
adv

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censurable
1635, from censure + -able.
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Example sentences
It was not, in the light of diplomacy, a censurable act nt all.
He who puts his country above mankind is as censurable as he who puts his family above his country and himself above his family.
The existing methods are further censurable in that they can be maintained only by persistent dereliction of plighted.
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